Novomatic Interactive Division Greentube late last week commenced a recruitment drive, with vacancies being made available for in excess of 100 new employees in their offices based in Austria, Malta and Slovakia.
This welcome news comes on the back of rivals NetEnt unceremoniously closing their Live Casino Studio in Qormi Malta, resulting in hundreds of staff being made redundant, just weeks before Christmas.
2020 despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has been an exceptionally strong year for Greentube, who have seen substantial growth in all areas of their business. Additionally the company are forecasting a continuation on this growth achieved this year, with entry in the soon to be regulated German market and and the launch of their new RGS platform in 2021.
The positions available with Greentube are across multiple departments and locations with the casino game content creator. With roles in Development, Project Management, Key Account Management, Casino Operation and Technical Support teams all open.
Commenting on this news, Greentube’s Chief Financial Officer Michael Bauer, said: “2020 was a fantastic year for us with growth in all of our divisions. We expect the trend to accelerate even more in 2021 as additional markets in Europe such as Germany and Netherlands will become regulated and thus enable market entries for us both in the B2C and B2B area.”
“Additionally, we are planning to set foot into the US as a games supplier and have high expectations there as well.”
“For us to benefit from these opportunities, we are committed to investing in our workforce. We are always on the lookout for gaming industry professionals and talents who will help shape our future. I can only recommend to anybody interested in being part of this success story to reach out to our HR.”