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Bally Hunts Talent at Conference

Bally Hunts Talent at Conference

Slot and system manufacturer Bally Technologies sent its recruiters to the March Game Developers Conference in San Francisco with a mission—to fill more than 100 new high-tech jobs for the slot-maker.

Bally executives, hiring managers and recruiters exhibited at the conference seeking to fill openings for mobile and interactive content developers, programmers, web developers, graphic artists, digital illustrators, motion-graphics artists, 3D animators, mathematicians and other high-tech positions.

“As an innovation-driven leader in the casino gaming industry, our thirst for extraordinary talent continues to grow as fast as our business,” said Bally Technologies Senior Vice President of Operations and Human Resources Gary Kapral. “With a focus on developing the most entertaining content for casino games, i-games, mobile and social, the Game Developers Conference is a fertile environment for us to showcase our career growth opportunities, competitive benefits, and award-winning innovation to Bally’s future innovators and leaders.”


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