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Toronto, ON (Canada)
201 to 500 employees
Company - Public (SCR.V)
Unknown / Non-Applicable
ESPN, Turner Sports, Yahoo
Score Media and Gaming Inc. empowers millions of sports fans through its digital media and sports betting products. Its media app ‘theScore’ is one of the most popular in North America, delivering fans highly-personalized live scores, news, stats, and betting ... Read more

Mission: theScore's mission is to empower the sports fan's experience.

theScore Reviews

  • "Great company, average salary"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Account Manager in Toronto, ON (Canada)
    Current Employee - Account Manager in Toronto, ON (Canada)
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at theScore full-time (Less than a year)


    Loved working at theScore, people are so great and culture is positive


    Salary just wasn’t what I was looking for in terms of being able to live somewhat comfortably in a city like Toronto

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theScore photo of: theScore's office at 500 King Street West
theScore photo of: theScore's social space is a great place to unwind.
theScore photo of: Lots of reasons to smile at theScore!
theScore photo of: Our arcade machine, with more than 600 games!
theScore photo of: theScore has a fully working kitchen with free snacks
theScore photo of: Healthier options in theScore's kitchen
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theScore Interviews



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    Marketing Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Toronto, ON (Canada)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview


    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at theScore (Toronto, ON (Canada)) in January 2018.


    The phone interview was quite lovely and the woman I spoke to was easy to talk to, informative, and overall the most pleasant part of the experience. It pretty much ends there. I was brought it for an in-person interview, and the interviewer seemed completely uninterested in my experience or work ethic - rather he wanted to talk about how great the company was compared to it's competitors and why I liked them better. Basically they want you to tell them they are doing a better job. We didn't really click and I was completely happy to leave knowing that it wasn't a good fit for me. However, at the end of the interview, I was given a lengthy assignment to complete on a tight deadline. This was confusing considering how poorly I thought the interview had gone. I completed the assignment because I committed to seeing the process through, even though I no longer was interested in the position. About a week later I got a generic message from HR saying thanks but no thanks. The hiring manager didn't even have the decency to acknowledge my efforts or give me any feedback. I do think assignments are a great way to prove yourself, but I was disappointed by the lack of communication and respect shown to me throughout the entire process. I know the company has experienced a lot of turnover and they want to ensure you are up to the task, but this was a bit extreme. Due to the length of the assignment and the time commitment required, I was incredibly disheartened the hiring manager passed me off to HR and never communicated with me again.

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theScore Awards & Accolades

  • Canada's Top Small & Medium Employers, Canada's Top 100 Employers, 2018
  • Canada's Top Small and Medium Employers 2017, Canada's Top Small and Medium Employers, 2017
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