BetVictor reaffirms ‘Gibraltar status’ through recruitment drive

BetVictor, one of the leading online betting employers of Gibraltar, has restated its commitment to the British Overseas Territory by launching a new local recruitment campaign.

Gibraltar has been home to BetVictor’s head-office and operational headquarters for the past twenty years, supported by tech hubs in London and Budapest.

Issuing a market update, BetVictor leadership confirms that it has launched its recruitment drive, seeking ‘talented individuals’ to join its Gibraltar operations.

Paul Louis, COO at BetVictor, said: “Spending 20 years in Gibraltar is a true success story and marks a real milestone for our company.

“Opening our doors to potential new recruits demonstrates we are always striving to look ahead and see our company’s future safely in Gibraltar. We’ve grown and cemented our brand here, and we look forward to continuing our work on The Rock.”

BetVictor reaffirms its commitment to Gibraltar as HQ, as a number of industry counterparts asses their operational set-ups, to mitigate likely Brexit impacts and costs.

This May, bet365 leadership confirmed that it had sanctioned a multi-million £  ‘relocation project’ migrating a reported 500 staff to its new Malta offices.

The bookmaker stated that the relocation of its operations was needed as part of ‘strategic and contingency plans to ensure EU market access’.

Heading towards the UK’s delayed EU withdrawal date on 31 October 2019, Gibraltar’s business community is yet to gain a clear agenda on Brexit procedures.

Entering 2019, the UK government assured Gibraltar financial services incumbents – including those in the gambling sector – that EU market access will be guaranteed until 2020.

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