Rockstar Games

Rockstar Games has continually been a leader in the gaming industry, with revenues reaching over $2 Billion dollars in 2019. With IPs such as the Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption series they’ve developed a passionate and loyal fan base worldwide.

What

Rockstar Games

Looks For

Rockstar Games has roles for people of more backgrounds than the name implies. Of course they have plenty of Engineering and Development roles but Rockstar also has a need for Marketing professionals to help launch products and UX teams to keep the games engaging. For most roles, they are looking for data-driven individuals who are creative thinking problem solvers.




History of

Rockstar Games

Rockstar Games was founded with a simple goal in mind, to create engaging and progressive interactive entertainment experiences. In a little over twenty years Rockstar has grown to be one of the most famous and infamous brands of the modern age with their boundary pushing content.

Rockstar Games

Internship Programs

Rockstar Games Summer Internship Program

Rockstar Games only offers internships during the Summer months for a variety of their programs. The exact amount of roles in each program will be determined by that Summer’s needs so getting your application in early will do a lot to help your chances.

What it's like to Work at

Rockstar Games

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Data / Analytics
UI & UX Design
Marketing
Engineering
Customer Support / Success
IT/IS
industries
Tech
Gaming
office locations
Greater New York
Greater San Diego

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Rising Juniors & Seniors pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s, doctoral students for certain positions
Perks
  • Casual Dress
  • Gym/Health Club Reimbursement
  • Fully stocked kitchen
  • Weekly bagel breakfast
  • Monthly birthday lunch
  • Employee discount


Rockstar Games

Interview Process

The interview process at Rockstar Games is typically 3 to 4 phases.

1. Initial Phone Screening

The first stage is a phone interview with an HR employee where they ask some  behavioral questions as well as your experience with Rockstar products.

2. Phone Interview

The next step is a call with the potential head of your department where they will go over your technical skills as well as some behavioral questions more related to the team you’d be working with.

3. In-Person or Video Interviews

The top candidates will then be brought in for one to two rounds of video or face-to-face interviews with a panel of potential teammates.