About the Studio
Sports Interactive is the world’s leading developer of sports management simulations. We have a vibrant studio, with more than 250 permanent team members and opportunities for remote working.Learn more
Brothers Paul and Oliver Collyer MBE’s released their first management game in 1992 before founding Sports Interactive in 1994. Oliver and Paul are both still part of the SI family but control of the business now lies with Miles Jacobson OBE. Miles started with SI as a beta tester in 1994 and held a variety of part-time and full-time roles within the studio before becoming Studio Director in 2000.
Under Miles’ watch the studio has enjoyed great success, both critically and commercially. The studio has grown from just a dozen team members when the company was founded to more than 170 today. Sports Interactive has become one of the largest and best-known game development studious in Europe with a reputation for creating incredibly immersive sports management titles. Our games are currently on more platforms than ever before and with more than 30% of the team boasting 10+ years’ experience with the company, we continue to go from strength to strength.
A Unique and Vibrant Culture
Now based in Stratford, East London, we are very proud of the increasingly diverse and ever-expanding team at SI. Our studio is a place of tolerance and community spirit, where every opinion is welcome, and every team member can contribute to features big and small. Our internal Foottalk interview series allows team members to put questions to some of the leading figures in football and they mean that we can learn from the best as we strive to keep our games the best on the market.
We pride ourselves on our partnerships with local schools and industry-leading charities, while we’ve been a Living Wage Employer for the last three years. A dedicated Social Club run regular events to ensure both that positive relationships are made and sustained across teams and that the mental health of the whole studio is prioritised. Team members are encouraged to go on courses and attend workshops to continue their own personal development.