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In September 2017 we opened up our newest office in Budapest! With the brand new development centre, we aim to further strengthen our cutting-edge products and services. The main focus of the Budapest office will be back-end development of the joint technological platform, which we call Techsson. Betsson is constantly pushing the technology platform to the next level, and Budapest will play an important part in this mission.

Available vacancies

Systems Engineer

Frontend Developer (Sportsbook team)

Front End Developer

QA Automation Engineer (Sportsbook team)

QA Automation Engineer (Front End team)

.NET Developer (Techsson Communications)

HR Manager


Contact our recruiter in Budapest directly.

What we offer

Our salaries are competitive, and our benefits are designed to promote health and well-being, including life and health insurance. You’ll be surrounded by like-minded people, enjoying a unique, creative and collaborative office space. Substantial role-related training and development as well as a friendly, personal and stable working environment, are all on offer here at us. We encourage our people to share ideas, to challenge yourself and then take time out to unwind. Our core is that we have great and talented people. You need to be both smart and driven if you’re to work with our distributed high-load systems. We are always on the look-out for talented people and the right attitude. Really good developers that have a passion for new technologies and are interested in transaction-intensive systems and scalability.


Our brand new office is situated in a central location on the Pest side of the river Danube, with the main city centre and universities within walking distance. Good public transport links make your commute to work nice and easy. The office space features freshly brewed coffee, tea and fruit infused water, creating the perfect environment.


This exciting and diverse city has anything and everything to offer. From Gellért Hill with a fantastic panorama view over the river Danube to the famous Sándor Palace. There is always something to do or see; Take a walk on the 2.5km long Avenue Andrássy út in Pest or visit 1 of the 7 islands found on the Danube. Budapest has some of the best spas in the world, some of which date back to when the Romans first colonised the area. The Budapest subway opened in 1896 and is, along with the City & South London Railway in London, the world's oldest subway. Budapest is packed with 223 museums and galleries, and there are plenty of temporary exhibitions in the most unlikely of settings, particularly in summer.

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