Hitmarker partners with recruitment software GoHire

08 September 2022


Image credit: GoHire / Hitmarker

Esports and gaming job platform Hitmarker has announced a partnership with applicant tracking and recruitment software GoHire.

According to the release, the partnership will allow deep integrations between GoHire and Hitmarker systems. As a result, companies referred to GoHire via Hitmarker will be allowed to post their job listings directly to the Hitmarker platform through the software’s applicant tracking system.

This is the first time GoHire is partnering with a gaming or esports-focused company. The recruiting software company is a fast-growing business aiming to help companies simplify their hiring processes and save money. GoHire works with a large number of technology companies and startups.

The agreement itself is a long-term revenue-sharing deal that will combine Hitmarker’s expertise in finding candidates with GoHire’s platform for managing their hiring process. The partnership came after Hitmarker decided against developing its own internal applicant tracking system, according to the company’s Managing Director Rich Huggan. “We strongly believe GoHire is the best solution on the market”, he added.

The two companies highlighted that companies that use both Hitmarker and GoHire have a solid financial reason to do so. According to GoHire, the combined services are much cheaper than using hiring agencies which is especially a benefit for smaller companies like esports organisations or game development studios.

Hitmarker has been very active in 2021 and 2022, with the company making headlines by banning unpaid job ads on its platform in late 2021. Hitmarker recently partnered with National Student Esports in the UK, and is also behind Rebound, a job site for traditional sports such as football and racing.

David Dewey, CEO of GoHire, commented: “Hitmarker is exactly the type of business GoHire have been targeting partnerships with, and we are delighted to be associated with an organisation that is changing the attraction process for such a vibrant industry.”

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.