Online gaming operator ALEA has announced the launch of its newly remodelled website, www.alea.com.
With a vibrant new look, the site showcases its software and product innovation whilst also seeking to attract top creative talent from around the world.
“As we expand we’re eager to bring on board imaginative, creative and dynamic new people with a flair for innovation,” says ALEA co-founder Alexandre Tomic. “We want to meet people who can work hard to deliver first-class results, but who can also thrive in a unique and fun environment.”
With offices in Malta and Barcelona, ALEA operates SlotsMillion online casino, which has just received the ‘Best New Casino’ accolade in CasinoMeister’s 2015 Awards. It also recently developed the world’s first real-money virtual reality online casino, creating a fully immersive VR version of SlotsMillion compatible with the soon-to-be-released Oculus Rift.
The company says several of its brands, such as Alea Gaming, its operation SlotsMillion and its affiliate arm Affiliate REPUBLIK, will now be merged under the one ALEA umbrella.
The word ‘alea’ comes from Latin, where it signifies risk, fortune, randomness – that whatever will happen will happen. Playing with SlotsMillion and putting their trust in ALEA, they are subjecting themselves to the game of chance; it’s a name that could not be more apt for a company in the gambling industry, especially one as dedicated to innovation as ALEA is. Their mission is to create create innovative gaming experiences for its customers, an idea which Alexandre Tomic addressed in his recent speech at the International Casino Exhibition in London on the potential of a future VR online gaming market.
This message of customer-focused innovation is one which ALEA’s new website has done its best to convey. Co-founder Charles Gross describes the aim of the website as being “really just to better reflect us – who we are, what we do and what we’re about”, and continuing to state, in light of their current vacant positions, “If you think you can offer something to this environment, then we’d love to hear from you.”