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18.10.22 names Behaviour one of Canada’s Best Places to Work

Behaviour Interactive is thrilled to once again be named one of Canada’s Best Places to Work by and winner of the publication’s Education Prize.

The Best Places To Work Awards are the only workplace recognition program to celebrate employer excellence specifically for the video games industry. This is the second year that the UK-based program has dedicated an award for Canadian studios, and the second time that Behaviour has made the winners list. unveiled the winners today alongside the MEGAMIGS video game conference in Montreal.

“Behaviour is thrilled to retain its title as one of Canada’s Best Places To Work,” says Rémi Racine, Behaviour’s CEO and Executive Producer. “We are always looking for new ways to better our already world-class work environment and further our commitment to both work-life balance and ensuring our teams feels recognized and fulfilled in their work.”  

Winning studios were selected based on the results of an employer questionnaire and an employee survey that developed in collaboration with HR consultants and experts. The surveys considered a range of factors such as salaries, paid time off, employee diversity, and training, development, and education, with the employee survey counting for 75% of the final score.  

Based on the results, Behaviour was also once again named winner of the special Education Award for 2022, which is granted for outstanding support for the next generation of talent via internships, assistance for local schools, and internal development and training programs, among other education initiatives.

“We are delighted to accept the Education Award from GamesIndustry. Biz for a second year in a row,” said Kalina Morin, Behaviour’s VP People & Culture. “It’s a great tribute to the employees who make our internship and development programs happen and a wonderful acknowledgment of our commitment to education.”

About Behaviour™ Interactive  
Celebrating its 30th year, and with more than 1,000 full-time employees, the studio has enjoyed immense success with its original IP Dead by Daylight, which now has more than 50 million players around the world and across all platforms. Behaviour holds co-developer credits for some of the gaming industry’s largest titles (such as Assassin’s Creed, Gears 5, Call of Duty and Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 & 2) and developed an unparalleled, award-winning culture within the gaming industry. Winner of Deloitte Canada’s Enterprise Fast 15 and Best Managed Company awards and listed as one of the Best Places To Work – Canada by in 2021, Behaviour is a leading development studio, cultivating career growth and talent development within the gaming industry. Behaviour counts among its partners some of the world’s most renowned brands, including Microsoft, Sony, EA, Warner, 2K and many more. For more information, visit