Black Friday? For the silver lining look East

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Bodog Asia looks to further expand with huge recruitment drive

Bodog Asia Drives Recruitment | Gaming Industry News

Black Friday has brought with it a degree of job insecurity in the gaming world as have recent mergers which promises millions in ‘synergy savings’ which we all know means job cuts, right? Right. But while others maybe looking to cut costs, Bodog88,’s Asian facing licensee, is looking to expand and that means jobs aplenty. Equally, being a truly global brand that means you can even choose where you’re based as Bodog88 has positions available in London, Barcelona as well as the head office in Manila.

The gambling industry is already bigger in Macau alone than in Las Vegas and in case you didn’t know Macau is a very small part of Asia! So imagine the scope of opportunity to help build Bodog, the world’s largest betting brand*, in the region.

Bodog88, is based & fully licensed in Manila, Philippines and is looking to recruit the cream of the gaming industry talent in all areas of the business to help further the phenomenal growth the company has enjoyed in the region. Bodog88 wants to build a team and grow the business in the most prolific area of the whole industry with the backing of a brand that already has had global prominence for over 15 years.

Manila is the hub of the Asian facing online gambling industry, just as London is in Europe due to its excellent direct flight paths to all the major cities in the region, impressive infrastructure suited to the needs of the industry as well as offering regulated, licensed businesses.

OK, sure, but what about me? On a personal level our packages will give you the sort of lifestyle rock stars dream of both at work and beyond – for further details see our adverts on industry media websites: LINK or send your CV and a covering letter should be sent to:

*Independent research shows Bodog to be the biggest online gaming brand in the world according Google Alerts:

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Ed Pownall,’s International Press Office (London), on +44 7825 064 776


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