BUILDING GREAT GAMES AND A MORE EQUITABLE FUTURE STARTS HERE
Our North Star
To become the most inclusive, equitable, and diverse entertainment and tech company where our differences are valued and celebrated, diversity is leveraged as a strength, and inclusion and inclusive actions are part of who we are.
Growing together, gaming together
For Ubisoft, putting diversity and inclusion at the heart of everything we do means providing an environment where employees can thrive, building open-minded communities where players can connect, and creating games that reflect the diversity of the world we live in. Our vision of diversity and inclusion is multidimensional.
We’ve designed a strategy centered around four pillars: colleagues, culture, content, and community.
We want to build the most creative, inclusive, and diverse teams across all fields. We will continue to increase representation in our company by building more inclusion across our systems and ensuring equal access to opportunities for everyone.
We will keep fostering a culture of inclusion where our teams feel seen, heard, and valued. To support this, we will empower global and local Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) to support global teams as they develop their understanding of inclusion and strengthen belonging for all.
We will create gaming experiences that push representation forward by embedding diversity and inclusion across our processes, increasing representation in our teams, and offering access to resources that help teams to build more authentic inclusive, and accessible gaming experiences.
We will set the standard for inclusion for our teams, players, and partners, and will collaborate with leading organizations to expand our knowledge, grow our reach, give back to the community and champion inclusion in our industry.
Meet Erin Roach,
Our Director of Diversity & Inclusion
Our Director of Diversity
How we give back
Ubisoft Toronto strives to be a positive force where we live and work. Through our studio’s programs and collaborations with partners, our impact extends beyond the games we make and into how we show up for our communities.
Protecting our planet
-10.8% is our reduction target per employee based on 2019 levels (which were of 9.5 tCO2e per employee).
100% renewable electricity
Transition to 100% electricity from renewable sources (vs. 74% in 2020).
Maintain a low level of international business travel by continuously developing better remote collaboration tools.
Eliminate single-use plastics, and reduce overall waste while optimizing recycling in all our workspaces.
Optimize the power consumption of our buildings (heating, air conditioning, lighting, computer equipment).
Extending hardware life cycles, and give a second life to hardware through reuse, recycling and/or donations.
From greening the studio with low-carbon, no-waste solutions, to our DIY bike maintenance series and urban gardening workshops, we’re rising to the challenge to make our planet more sustainable.
Ubisoft Toronto NEXT
Ubisoft Toronto NEXT is an annual competition designed to showcase the talent of video game development students in Ontario and to help kickstart their careers in the industry.
Ubisoft Indie Series presented by National Bank
The Ubisoft Indie Series presented by National Bank is an annual competition for independent game development studios, offering cash prizes, mentorship, and creative, marketing and financial tools to help local studios and their games reach new heights.
Develop at Ubisoft
The Develop at Ubisoft program aims to attract and develop emerging talent who identify as women, transgender, non-binary, and/or Two-Spirit. It offers mentorship from studio experts across multiple fields and hands-on game development experience through a paid apprenticeship.
Hack the ROM
Hack the ROM connects Ontario students with Indigenous history through storytelling and builds students’ digital literacy skills, including coding.
Youth Fusion is a year-long experiential learning program for elementary and secondary school students that aims to teach students how to design their own video game with mentorship from Ubisoft Toronto developers.
Black Youth Action Plan Hiring Fair
The Black Youth Action Plan Hiring Fair, hosted by Interactive Ontario, prepares emerging Black professionals and post-secondary students with the tools, resources and networking opportunities to prepare for a career in the video game industry.