Have you wondered where your favorite games company is based? All of us on the GameHouse Team recently celebrated six months in our new headquarters at Home Plate Center. Continue reading to find out more!
Yes, we’re lucky to be in the SoDo neighborhood, where Safeco Field, home to the Seattle Mariners MLB team, is across the street on the opposite corner.
And CenturyLink Field, home to the Super Bowl XLVIII Champions, the Seattle Seahawks, is right up the street, ‘next door’ to Safeco Field. Talk about convenience for the sports fans among us! We couldn’t be happier.
Home Plate Center – GameHouse’s New Home
Home Plate Center welcomed GameHouse and our parent, RealNetworks, late in August, 2013 and it’s a great place to work. The building is brand-spanking new with a focus on eco-responsible construction, offering plenty of natural light. Our space has an invigorating, open floor plan that helps us all work together effectively and efficiently. And we have plenty of Focus Rooms and Conference Rooms when we need some quiet time to get the job done.
Plus – and perhaps the best part – we have a large outdoor deck with stunning vistas to the west and north. Just look at the view!
GameHouse is Your Home for the Best in Casual Gaming
We’re proud to offer you the best Hidden Object, Time Management, Match 3 (and more!) casual games from our GameHouse Headquarters in Seattle.
Throughout our company’s history we’ve been headquartered in the Emerald City – also known as “Jet City” – and it’s a great base.
Our previous office location was in the Belltown neighborhood, not far from the Space Needle and the Monorail, two of the remaining icons of the 1962 World’s Fair.
Now the GameHouse Headquarters is located in the SoDo neighborhood, which is generally considered to be South of Downtown. The SoDo name was originally derived from South of the [King] Dome, our former stadium that was demolished in 2000.
But no matter our location, GameHouse always has great games for all tastes, and we love working to bring you the finest in casual gaming – right here from Home Plate Center.
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