SplitmediaLabs Ltd., developers of XSplit (www.xsplit.com) and the Philippines’ fastest growing tech startup in the gaming industry.
Manila, Philippines – More than 8 Million people and businesses use SplitmediaLabs products to grow their communities, create innovative content and connect with other players from around the world. Based in Hong Kong and with its global operations center located in Quezon City, Philippines, SplitmediaLabs has helped usher in the new age of live streaming computer gameplay since its creation back in 2009.
Between its XSplit Broadcaster and XSplit Gamecaster applications, the leading video production software developers have revolutionized live production for the masses, with its products being adopted by countless YouTube and Twitch content creators. With over 200,000 new users joining every month and counting, SplitmediaLabs Ltd, is one of the fastest growing startups in the Philippines.
SplitmediaLabs has also collaborated on a number of large scale local events, including Manila Cup (one of Southeast Asia’s largest fighting game events), PlayPark, ESGS and an ongoing collaboration with TV5 and the GG Network. The Quezon City based office features a fully functioning live production studio, where prominent local guests frequently drop by to broadcast their content live. The last couple of months have featured Maria Ozawa, Bogart The Explorer, Cross Counter TV and more.
With a passionate, creative and multi-cultural team, SplitmediaLabs Ltd promises a diverse, energetic and fun working atmosphere, and with the announcement of their new services Player.me (player.me), Strexm (strexm.tv), and Challonge (challonge.com), intend to go from strength-to-strength next year.
If you want to be part of this success, SplitmediaLabs is actively looking for the right professionals to fill-up the following positions:
- Videogames Broadcasting Technician
- Administrative Officer
- System Administrator
As the organization is constantly hiring for many other positions, those interested should visit its career page (splitmedialabs.com/careers).
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His first online project was in 1998 when he launched the unofficial website for Ansalon MUD (a text-based, telnet online game) and his own community forums Laibcoms.Community. By 2003 he created his work blog GM-Yukino which grew into gameshogun™, Snoworld™, and techmagus™ over the years.
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