Locations

Tbilisi

We have close to 640 employees working from Georgia, which is situated on the southeastern edge of Europe.  Tbilisi is the historic capital city and 200 people work at our Head Office, home to our leading Georgian brand, Europe-bet. The remaining are spread out over 17 different locations and branches, most of which are land-based betting shops, in Tbilisi and across Georgia. You can find Sportsbook, Marketing, Security, Fraud, Customer Service, Designers and IT departments all at our head office. 

Tbilisi

What we offer

As ever, our offer is competitive: flexible monthly bonuses, basic health insurance, substantial role-related training and development and a friendly, personal and stable working environment are all on offer here at Betsson. And if you work a long shift, we’ll even pay for your taxi home after 10pm. We encourage our people to share ideas, to work hard and then to take time out to unwind – with corporate events and team-building outings within your team all regular occurrences. 

Facilities

The Head Office is on the outskirts of the city but there are good transport links to it in the form of buses and mini-buses.

And whilst there are plenty of malls nearby (the biggest of which is Tbilisi Mall), and a large park with plenty of pine trees and open spaces to walk around and have lunch, we also have great facilities on-site. Each floor has a fully-equipped kitchen with microwaves, fridges, utensils, tea and coffee making facilities – all kept impeccably clean by our housekeepers.  The company also provides a free catering service with seasonal home-made food such as fresh salads, dressings and traditional Georgian dishes. 

Tbilisi and Georgia

Architecturally-speaking Tbilisi is a fascinating mix of local, Byzantine, European/Russian (neo-classical), Middle Eastern and Art Nouveau influences. It’s a beautiful and intriguing city, which seems to have captured the best parts of its neighboring countries, where modern sits comfortably with tradition.

In terms of culture there are many museums, including the Georgian National Museum, and exciting places to visit such as the Tbilisi State Conservatoire, the Tbilisi Opera, the Ballet Theatre and the Shota Rustaveli State Academic Theatre.

And as for eating out, there are a number of excellent restaurants where European and Middle Eastern flavours are fused to create something special – they’re renowned for their Khinkali meat dumplings. It’s well known for being a safe place to live and you can’t help but notice how friendly and hospitable its residents are.  

Georgia is also famous for its wild beauty and nature. It’s a highly mountainous country with numerous forests and hosts over 700 glaciers, particularly in the region between Kazbegi and Shkhara. Paragliding, hiking or cycling are the way to see the scenery at its best.