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UK – Victoria Gate Casino has over 1,000 job applications

More than 1,000 people have applied for jobs at the city’s Victoria Gate Casino since the brand was unveiled three months ago and the first wave of employees have been appointed and enrolled in training programmes. Some 35 new employees have now embarked on one of three, six-week ‘Casino School’ courses in the city prior…

UK – Playtech hires 600 global staff in Omni-channel push

Playtech is adding a further 300 employees to its 4,000 strong global workforce in the next eight months as it prepares to undertake several large-scale omni-channel projects in the UK and emerging markets. Playtech’s global headcount has grown by more than 600, or more than 20 per cent between January 2014 to March 2015 as…

UK – Resorts World Birmingham starts recruitment process

Resorts World Birmingham, Genting’s new style casino set to open at the NEC this summer, has started a recruitment drive for 300 of its 1,100 staff. Casino general manager Dave Scott said: “Not only will successful applicants be working in one of the most exciting environments in the gaming industry but be a part of…

US – Delaware’s casinos employed 3,537

Delaware’s three commercial casinos employed 3,537 permanent workers and paid its employees nearly $146.74m in wages, benefits and tips, according to new jobs numbers for 2013 released by the American Gaming Association (AGA). In 2013, Delaware casinos generated nearly $182m in tax revenue, which supported the state’s general fund. “Casino gaming has created thousands of…

South Africa – Sun to axe 1,700 jobs

Sun International, South Africa’s second biggest hotel and casino operator, has confirmed it will axe 1,700 domestic employment positions to reduce its overheads. The move follows an extensive review of its South African operations, and comes after a similar process and restructuring implemented at its business in Chile late last year. The focus of the…