GameDuell in the news
"What is your personal definition of diversity?" - Last year on Diversity Day 2020, we asked our team members this question and received many different, unique, and wonderful answers. It showed us that even the definition of the term diversity and the connection that people have with it is so diverse in itself that this question cannot be answered easily.
This is why we would like to dig a little bit deeper this year and find more answers to this question.
The first people to greet us when we enter our GameDuell office and the last ones we wave goodbye to at the end of the day are the lovely ladies on our office team. They’ve certainly acquired some superpowers in order to master our daily office trouble. However, we only see a small fraction of their support for us every day. So let's take a look behind the scenes to see what we would be missing without them.
Games thrive on fair interaction in which everyone has an equal chance. Playing connects people and everyone at a game table is equal, no matter their age, gender, origin, or beliefs.
Everyone is entitled to have a good time.
This can also be applied to life away from the gaming tables. Everybody should be able to have a good time and feel valued.
That's why GameDuell supports the statement "Playing for Tolerance".
From the very beginning, Charity@GameDuell was a top priority for our company and we still maintain this long-standing tradition to this day. But as we have grown, so have our opportunities and desire to make a difference. That is why we founded our Green Team in 2009. In addition to our charity projects, the Green Team takes care of all topics related to the sustainability of GameDuell.
Our UX Research & Design Team has a lot of fun at GameDuell and in their daily work interactions - we can clearly see why. The 2 UX Researchers, Game Designer, and Product Designer have established a great collaboration through their amazing in-depth knowledge and a good friendship that has grown over time. We are sure the international aspect of the team also creates an exciting environment, because North-Macedonian, Norwegian, American, and German cultures are coming together here.
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Here at GameDuell, we don’t just want to build a long-term successful and sustainable company, but also contribute to a better world for everyone. So many of our team members were in the giving mood this past holiday season and donated their annual Christmas present to a charity.
It's been 10 months since the GameDuell family left its headquarters and many of us are missing the office.
In August, Belote.com took part in the “Playing for the Planet” initiative, a program supported by the United Nations Environment Program. Alongside major players in the world of mobile gaming and as part of the Green Mobile Game Jam, Belote.com joined a week-long challenge to inform players of climate change-related topics.