Another international company has set up shop in Toronto with a brand new HQ in the downtown core. PointsBet is a “cutting-edge” Australian-based sports betting app with operations in the U.S., Ireland, and Canada.
The app is endorsed by basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal.
The new Toronto office will “serve as an innovation hub, maintaining a focus on product development and technology recruitment,” according to a press release from PointsBet.
It is part of the company’s commitment to building an all-Canadian sportsbook for the Canadian market, and with local employees.
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PointsBet has already solidified partnerships with Canadian sports organizations like Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, the Ottawa REDBLACKS, NHL Alumni Association, Curling Canada, and more.
Choosing Toronto as the destination for their Canadian office headquarters was a no-brainer.
It is one of the best cities in North America for tech talent, and Ontario itself is a driving force of technological innovation.
Right now, there are a few open jobs to apply for at PointsBet in Toronto, including Data Engineer, Sr Backend Engineer, Customer Service Specialist, Legal Counsel, Office Manager, and CRM Lifecycle Marketing Manager.
According to its website, the company culture at PointsBet is ambitious, innovative, and collaborative.
Employees have continuous access to training, internal expertise, and career opportunities to help them advance professionally.
Plus, the team knows how to have fun — the website is filled with photos of smiling employees at socials, team sports games, and company events.
PointsBet is one of many companies hiring in Toronto right now in the tech sector. If you’re on the job hunt, there’s no better place to be.
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