Ubisoft Montreal, an industry leading developer of video games, located in the heart of Montreal’s Mile-End, offers a unique environment where creativity, teamwork and cutting-edge technology bring to life critically acclaimed video games and iconic AAA franchises. You will benefit from a competitive compensation package, an open learning environment, and contribute to an international team driving innovation.
The Game Monetization Manager will develop strategies that drive monetization. The incumbent will analyze and define strategies to increase player conversion, in-game spending, retention and average revenue per user (ARPU).He/she will be responsible toobtain and analyze business targets and requirements with the Producer. In order to achieve those, the incumbentwill use different opportunities offered in the context of an online game (in-game shop, promotional tools, etc.).
The principal responsibilities of the Game Monetization Manager are to:
·Collaborate with product management and product development to develop and manage strategies that drive monetization in online games;
·Work with different teams to drive monetization strategies, increase efficiency and revenue, develop promotional strategies, identify opportunities and provide monetization reporting;
·Set pricing strategy for micro-transactions, monitor in-game economics and modify pricing based on results;
·Define Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) related to the monetization of players;
·Provide reports that track KPIs to the Producer in order to identify and predict trends;
·Monitor trends and benchmarks in order to set monetization best practices;
·Lead the development and updates of internal performance reports in order to support business process improvement initiatives;
·Manage and assign tasks to the monetization team;
·Carry out all other related tasks.
-Any relevant training.
-Minimum 5 years of experience in Monetization.
Skills and knowledge:
·Knowledge of the video game industry;
·Excellent communication skills;
·Capacity to maintain efficiency under pressure;