Start searching Steam for your favorite game and then search for job listings.
Check the job descriptions.
If you find one that’s relevant to what you’re looking for, go ahead and apply.
Pay for the interview.
Go through your application, looking for any questions or inconsistencies that might be there.
If any of these areas come up, you can usually ask the interviewer for an extension of time to get to know you better.
If that extension is given, go to your resume and send it off.
If it still doesn’t work, ask for a second extension.
If they say no, you’re on your own, and they can either send you on to another job or you can ask for an extra week to get the job.
If this is the case, you might want to consider applying to another Steam game company.
If your employer is accepting applications, they’ll likely give you an email letting you know they’re still accepting applications.
If not, you’ll want to get in touch with your employer and see if they can help you find a different position.
If no offers come in, you may be able to find another position.
If so, be sure to read the job description.
Once you’ve found a position, ask to speak with the lead developer, or someone with knowledge of the project.
Ask to speak to the senior developer or to someone with more experience.
They’ll usually be able help you understand the game better.
You can always request more time, or request that the job be moved to another developer.
If all of this doesn’t help, talk to your supervisor or HR about the possibility of a different job.
Top image: Steam user jesusmash.