GREENVILLE – Grover Gaming says business is booming and that means more workers.
“Due to our relentless focus on the player, customer support, and product innovation, we have been tremendously successful over the past year, and the coming year will be even better,” says CFO Alan Mizelle.
As a result the company, which focuses on lotteries and charitable games, is looking to add “at least another 100” employees to its current total of 150, Mizelle said.
Jobs will be added in software, 3D gaming studioes and customer support, according to CEO Garrett Blackwelder.
The company also is looking at growing its office network
“We are already seeking additional professionals in our core areas,” said Blackwelder, “So, in order to accommodate the new employees, we are evaluating our options in the brick-and-mortar part of the equation.”