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Kepler Interactive

Kepler Interactive

Updated November 2023.

About Kepler Interactive

Company Overview
Kepler Interactive is the first global publisher co-owned and run by developers. We give our studios a stake in the business and a voice in the decision-making. Our unique co-ownership model gives developers the creative independence to do what they do best - make awesome games! Our team, headquartered in London and Singapore, has vast gaming industry experience and a proven track record of financing, marketing, and working alongside developers to bring great games to market at scale.
Company Size 31 UK-based Employees
INDUSTRY Information Technology
Kepler Interactive Head Office

London, United Kingdom

Employee Demographics

  • <2 years - 84%
  • 2-5 years - 16%

Company Culture at Kepler Interactive

The employee experience below at Kepler Interactive, compared to a typical company.

89% of employees at Kepler Interactive say it is a great place to work*, compared to 54% of employees at a typical UK based company.
Kepler Interactive
Typical Company
*Responses to the statement “Taking everything into account, I would say this is a great place to work.” vs. a typical UK company.


This is a physically safe place to work.


I am offered training or development to further myself professionally.


Our facilities contribute to a good working environment.


People here are treated fairly regardless of their sexual orientation.


People here are willing to give extra to get the job done.

Best Workplaces Lists

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