Published on August 9th, 2011 | by bubble0
eGaming…….what are the odds?
We love games here at Bubble. In fact there’s nothing more I like to do after a hard day at Bubble HQ than spending a bit of time honing my footie skills on the PS3.
But it still amazes me just how much gaming has changed thanks to the internet and mobile. Now we don’t just have to be content with pitting our wits against an army of AI controlled aliens we can show off our killer moves on online tournaments, playing against real people in real time. The games industry really has no limits and now pretty much every game on any platform including your pc or smartphone has to have an eGaming or social element at its core.
And in the quest to achieve even better graphics, better gameplay and a ‘virtual reality’ there are more jobs and career opportunities than ever. The online gaming industry is booming and it shows no signs of stopping and there are fantastic opportunities for you to get involved.
And it’s the same with the betting industry too. Whilst there will always be a place for the bookie on your local high street you can now place a bet on any sport going on anywhere in the world straight from your smartphone. You can take a seat at the high roller’s table in a poker tournament against players across the globe, all from the comfort of your office chair (although we would never advocate gambling on the boss’s time!) And in the age of ‘in play betting’ you can keep up to date with the latest odds and bet on hundreds of outcomes whilst you’re actually watching City take on United.
The online betting and eGaming industries are growing at an incredible rate so there’s never been a better time to get on board and explore the wealth of job opportunities in these sectors. At Bubble we advertising the latest and best jobs in the industry direct from leading brands and specialist recruiters like Betfair, Ladbrokes and ARM. So head on over to Bubble and find your dream job in this amazing industry.
By the way, any one got the odds on Wolves winning the Premiership?