Are you a wizard at finding the story in the data? Do you enjoy turning your findings into digestible insights? Do you also have a penchant for all things gaming? If so, Spiketrap may have a quest for you.
At Spiketrap, we power audience understanding and media performance for the gaming and entertainment industries. Our proprietary Clair AI extracts the signal from the noise of digital ecosystems (spanning hundreds of social, streaming, and other sources), providing unparalleled clarity and context, particularly within high velocity online environments.
In other words, we help the game studios, platforms, and creators you love better understand and engage their audiences. Our clients include companies like Twitch, Riot Games, Take-Two Interactive, Gearbox, Krafton (PubG Corp), EA, and many more.
Data is central to Spiketrap, and analysts are a critical component to evangelize data-driven decision-making in all of our operations internally and externally. As an analyst at Spiketrap you will be on the ground floor shaping the way how our data is being used, defining what questions should be asked, and scaling analytics methods and tools to support our growing business, leading the way for high-quality, high velocity decisions.
For this role, we’re looking for a dedicated individual proficient in analysis, research design, and data driven storytelling. You will have a direct impact towards driving business strategies for prominent industry leaders within the gaming industry by helping them understand their audiences and know what their customers think about their brands, games and other intellectual property. You will analyze big data across the various gaming centric platforms like Twitch, Reddit, Twitter, Discord, along with others and identify trends within the gaming industry, enabling Spiketrap’s clients to better understand the “why” behind market trends.
In this role, self-motivation and strong communication skills are must haves. You will need to be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment with shifting priorities, vague requirements, and rapid iterations. You will need to be comfortable taking risks. This role will report into the VP of Business Development.