Oeiras, 23 march 2022
Miniclip, the world leader in digital games, announces the expansion of its global operations with the inauguration of new facilities in Portugal, in Taguspark – City of Knowledge. Result of a turnkey taguspark design.
Miniclip , operating in Portugal since 2010, is now another step in growth in Portugal. With a focus on hiring highly qualified talent, the multinational has doubled the number of employees in our country in the last three years. These new facilities will allow for even greater expansion for the coming years. The new building has a capacity of about 350 Miniclippers, with the architectural project in charge of Openbook, Alphalink project management and contracted by DST.
Miniclip’s new facilities at Taguspark are one of the rare buildings in Portugal to achieve WELL and LEED certificates, promoting a workplace of excellence. The building will operate with 100% electricity from sustainable sources and will have filtered water points available every 30 meters. Facilities also include a gym, a wellness studio, a massage room and soon to have an urban vegetable garden.
Marius Manolache, Miniclip’s Chief Operating Office, said: “On our global expansion route, we are pleased to announce the opening of our new Taguspark facilities. Miniclip has been making a significant investment in the gaming industry in Portugal since the installation of its operations in 2010, having virtually doubled its team. These new facilities demonstrate continued growth and commitment to maintain investment in this geography. We look forward to welcoming all our Miniclippers in Portugal to their amazing new home.”
Eduardo Baptista Correia, CEO of Taguspark, says: “The opening of the new offices in Taguspark offers Miniclip facilities of excellence worldwide. The building with an extremely contemporary design conveys an image of innovation and technology. And it is another demonstration of the positioning of excellence of Taguspark – City of Knowledge for the reception of the most demanding technology companies in the world.”
Rodrigo Sampayo, architect and partner at Openbook, says: “The architectural and interior design of Miniclip’s new offices in Taguspark was an extremely challenging project for Openbook. We worked closely and meticulously with the Miniclip and Taguspark teams to create unique spaces that reflect the latest workplace trends.”
The inauguration of the new facilities in Taguspark is a demonstration of Miniclip’s development and growth ambitions in Portugal.