Bally Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BYI), a leader in slots, video machines, casino-management, interactive applications, and networked and server-based systems for the global gaming industry, today announced it is recruiting exceptional professionals for more than 100 open positions during the upcoming Game Developers Conference March 27-29 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Bally Technologies' Senior Vice President of Operations and Human Resources Gary Kapral. (Photo: Business Wire)
Bally Technologies executives, hiring managers, and recruiters will exhibit 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.
Consistent with its commitment to the inclusion and advancement of women in the global casino gaming industry, Bally Technologies is also sponsoring the Women in Games International networking event on Wednesday, March 27 at 6 p.m. at the Cartoon Art Museum, which is near the Game Developers Conference.
“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, iGames, 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.”The Game Developers Conference and Women in Games International networking event are among several recruiting events that Bally Technologies is attending this year as part of its mission to bring innovative talent to one of the largest casino gaming technology companies in the world. Bally Technologies recently participated in career fairs in Phoenix, Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Austin, while continuing to recruit heavily in its home state of Nevada.