The key to this company is the big lack in the upper management, which in turn leads to a close knit workfoce and rallies against this upper management rather than picking on each others.
The problematic mainly comes from the fact that the company grew too fast, and those at the top have been there only because they were there at the beginning, leading to rampant micromanagement, blanket desisions, and politics.
Now. the company's been acquired, leading to the former heads being replaced. However, the culture is still there and will only change slowly.
The perks are what you'd expect from a big game company but the salary is rather low, and they tend to hire mostly juniors. This leads to seniors quitting and a high turnover rate. In turn leading to low quality tools, products and procedures.
It's a good place to start, but don't stay there. You won't learn that much.
The usual perks, fun people to work with.
Not much to learn.