Steam Marketing Specialist

Marmalade Game Studio is looking for a Steam Marketing Specialist who loves video games and has previous experience launching games on Steam using Early Access, wishlists, etc. You will act as our Steam marketing expert to help us raise awareness and successfully release new titles.

As part of the Marketing team, you will also work on multi-channel marketing campaigns for our portfolio of digital board games, such as The Game of Life, Cluedo and Monopoly across Steam, Nintendo Switch and Mobile.

Based near Goodge Street station, right in the heart of London, you will join a close-knit and growing marketing team in a passionate games studio. We love what we do, and love working alongside other people who share the same ambition and dedication to quality.

This position is full-time and on-site


Be the expert on Steam marketing tactics, such as Early Access, wishlists and tags

Plan and execute marketing campaigns across social media, PR, email, etc.

Brainstorm campaign ideas, messaging and marketing opportunities

Develop marketing materials, including trailers, store descriptions, and press releases

Write briefs and work with our artists to create marketing assets, such as banners, screenshots and social media assets

Reach out to influencers and press

Report on campaign performance


Demonstrable experience launching a game on Steam

Bachelor degree in Marketing or equivalent

Excellent copywriting and good creative judgement

A keen eye for detail and understanding of asset requirements

A passion for video games


Competitive salary

Generous holiday allowance consisting of 22 days + a bonus 3 days’ holiday when the offices are closed over Christmas and New Year

Company pension scheme

Company Health and Life insurance

Flexible work hours


Then please send your CV, covering letter and portfolio to jobs@marmalademail.com

If you are selected for an interview you will normally be contacted within two weeks of the closing date. If you do not hear from us within this period then you should assume that, unfortunately, on this occasion you have been unsuccessful.