The Office at
TAKE-TWO INTERACTIVE SOFTWARE

Take-Two's offices are located in NYC
Careers - Office Perks
 Work Hard, Play Hard
Office Perks
Work Hard, Play Hard
The Learning & Development Team hosts an Energizer Series as a way for employees to bond, to blow off steam, and to flex some creative muscles. Whether it’s yoga, zumba, coloring on the roof, or a summer favorite—the ice cream social—these events encourage employees to tap into what keeps them going.
Careers - Office Life
 Space To Grow
Office Life
Space To Grow
The environment at Take-Two is relaxed and curated to empower employees, giving them the resources they need to thrive. Along with ample and flexible PTO, great benefits, and casual dress, employees are given tons of support and developmental opportunities—including customized learning itineraries and access to e-learning modules.
 
 
“Later this year, we will be moving near Bryant Park. As T2 continues to grow and evolve, we require more space to meet our needs. Our new home will offer a highly productive, comfortable, and communal environment.”
-Leo
Sr. IT Auditor
 
“Later this year, we will be moving near Bryant Park. As T2 continues to grow and evolve, we require more space to meet our needs. Our new home will offer a highly productive, comfortable, and communal environment.”
 
 
“The people who run events here are pretty amazing. Whether it’s simply afternoon drinks on a rooftop or a big elaborate costume party, they do it really well.”
-Greg
SVP & Associate General Counsel
 
“The people who run events here are pretty amazing. Whether it’s simply afternoon drinks on a rooftop or a big elaborate costume party, they do it really well.”
 
 
“I always look forward to our Spotlight series events, where we invite local restaurateurs—recently, owners from Russ & Daughters and Nom Wah Tea Parlor—and learn about how they got started, their culture, and community. Then we eat together.”
-Jessica
Director, People & Development Operations
 
“I always look forward to our Spotlight series events, where we invite local restaurateurs—recently, owners from Russ & Daughters and Nom Wah Tea Parlor—and learn about how they got started, their culture, and community. Then we eat together.”