ProbablyMonsters’ Shannon Armstrong looks back on an eventful 2022

by | Nov 2, 2022 | Technology

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Starting in early 2020, the way the world did business went through some quick and uncomfortable changes. A lot of companies struggle with these issues still today. ProbablyMonsters, however, has had a great year. For instance, the AAA developer started out 2022 on a high note — the company raised the highest, at the time, video game Series A funding in history.

Since the fundraising, things have been going well for ProbablyMonsters. So far, for 2022, the company has grown an impressive 65% and they’re not stopping there. All this new growth led to an office expansion in their Bellevue, WA headquarters to accommodate the larger staff.

Shannon Armstrong, chief people officer with ProbablyMonsters.What makes them different? One thing, for certain, is the company’s $77,000 minimum wage with full medical benefits stands out. Employee compensation also includes a 401K and bonuses. All included, the package comes out to be around $100,000, at minimum, per employee.

We talked to Shannon Armstrong, chief people officer at ProbablyMonsters, about finding success under a pandemic.

GamesBeat: How do you feel the workplace has changed since early 2020?

Shannon Armstrong: The global pandemic has changed how all business sectors operate, and we too were challenged with responding to new ways of working.  We responded quickly to remote work opt …

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