Znipe, founded in 2016 is a rapidly expanding e-sports company. We focus on creating cutting edge streaming and entertainment products for the 21st century. Znipe are looking for the next star in the world of developers to help us be the best that we can be. We want to give our prospective applicants room to grow in what is an ever expanding pool of talent in the world of digital development.
An initiative from former e-sports profiles
The experience you’ll get will vary with the choices you make – the players you follow, the streams you choose, however and how often you split the screen. And because it’s Znipe TV, all streams give you a unique tournament feel with championship perspectives.
Znipe supports equal opportunity
At Znipe we value equality in all forms and we want to encourage everyone to get into e-sports and for e-sports to become a more inclusive environment. We always aim to attract and retain the best people from around the world to work for us, so that we can deliver a project that draws on global expertise and experience.
Johan Ryman (Chairman of the Board) oversees all aspects of Znipe Esports strategy and operations. Following his career as a professional Counter Strike player, during which he won the 2001 and 2003 World Championships, Johan spent the next decade working with CDN and streaming media technologies.
He has consulted with major media corporations internationally on digital media and content distribution strategies. He has been involved in multiple esports startups including the New Stream Media Group which in 2004 launched one of the earliest online streaming solutions for gaming.
Erik Åkerfeldt (CEO) leads Znipe Esports technical development and technical strategy and has more than 10 years of experience in leading RnD teams in the development and launch of products for a global market.
Erik previously worked as CTO at Millicom Digital Ventures where he ensured the launch of mi.tv for the Latin American market and has worked at Ericsson as Program Manager for several generations of their mobile phone development. He holds a Master of Science degree from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.