Bodog new hires; Billionth blackjack winner only spent $1

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Bodog New Hires from the iGaming Industry talentsBodog Europe has continued their relentless pursuit of the best talent the industry has to offer by making two crucial new hires.

The latest members to join the team come with plenty of experience and from distinguished careers at two industry pioneers.

Arijit Ghosh is the company’s new Technical Project Manager and joins from Betfair where he worked in a similar role. His job will also mean that he’s part of the Product Development team and he brings the company almost ten years of experience in the IT industry.

Bodog Europe has also hired a new Quality Assurance Manager in the shape of Sergio Neves Barros. In the past he’s worked at Sportingbet and brings with him a wealth of experience and will be mainly tasked with implementing the company’s forthcoming software products.

A Bodog spokesperson commented: “Obviously, IT is at the heart of any online company and in our industry speed to market with any new product is vital. The additions of Ari and Sergio will strengthen our hand is getting new and improve products direct to the customer.”

It has also been revealed that the winner of Bodog’s billionaire experience didn’t actually win the hand of blackjack that they were playing.

Although the player lost the hand, it only actually cost them $1, and it means that for only a dollar the winner had the chance to go on the trip of a lifetime.


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