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Valve

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Transcript of Valve

In-Home Streaming, Steam Music released
Steam
2002
Revealed to
the public.
Steam
History of Steam
Steam has been around since September of 2003








More Steam stuff













Valve
Gabriel Naser
Valves CEO's
What is Valve's goal?
- Valve's early goals were to push updates for their games easily and efficiently. It was also used for anti-cheat using Valve's VAC system through the Steam client.
- Valve has helped push the E-sports community to greater heights providing million dollar prize pool to tournaments in games such as Counterstrike: Global Offensive, and Dota 2.
- Valve has changed its main focus to advancing their virtual reality technology named VIVE.
- Overall Valve's main goal always revolves around improving the gaming community and providing services that help expand it.

1998
Release of Half-Life
2000
Mike Harrington Leaves Valve
2002
Steam is released
2004
Source Engine is developed and released to the public which later help create mods that turned into their own games like Counter strike and Team fortress 2
2005
Valve continues to
release titles like Counter strike, Left 4 Dead, Half-Life 2, Portal, and Team fortress 2
Valve made a deal with 3rd party publishers to release more games on Steam
2005+
2011+
Valve continues to work on sequels of their most popular titles releasing Portal 2 and Left 4 Dead 2, along with Counter-strike Global Offensive
2015+
Valve begins to work on their virtual reality headset called VIVE

Valves current CEO is Gabe Newell, who
is also one of the co-founders of Valve.

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Mike Harrington was a co-founder for valve
but left after the development and release
of Half-life.


Valves Logo
Valves Current and only location is in Bellevue, Washington in the United States
Valve has many career opportunities:

3D Character Artist
3D Environment Artist
Artist
Economist
Effects Artist
Hardware - Electrical Engineer
Industrial Designer
Language & Regional Specialist - Multiple Languages
Level Designer
Motion Designer
Network/Systems Engineer
Psychologist (Research/Experimental)


Software Engineer - Anti-Cheat
Software Engineer - Steam
Software Engineer - Steam eCommerce
Software Engineer - Web Applications
Sound Designer
Statistician
Steam Database Administrator
Steam Technical Account Manager
Technical Artist
Virtual Reality - Engineers
Visual & User Experience Designer

Dynamic New Workplace
Valve's main resource is the knowledge and brainpower of its employees. With creative coders and game designers they were able to create award winning games like Left 4 Dead, Dota 2, Counter-strike: Global Offensive, Portal, and Team Fortress 2. Valve strives on training their employees to use the latest tech, after all Valve is also leading in virtual reality technology named the VIVE. Although Valve does a lot from within, it also does a lot with third parties. Valve often makes deals with different developers to have their games put on Valves software "Steam". Developers are able to publish their games and sell them through Steam. This allows for developers from all across the world to be interconnected to one software.
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