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About Betsson Group 10-05-16

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Recent news \ 2018 

Betsson Academy


We are now launching the Betsson Academy for 2018! Now in its 4th year, we have 8 paid positions up for grabs.


To grow with a company


Jimi Tähtinen has been with Betsson Group for ten years. From his early days as a developer with the bingo team, to his current position as a Team Lead in the advanced Techsson Cobra DevOps crew. What has his journey with Betsson brought him? Read on to find out.


How studies can be applied in real work


Last week, 32 eager students from Malta University visited the Experience Centre to get a better understanding for how their studies can be applied in a real work environment, especially in the gaming industry. The students are in their second and third year of a BSc Maths and Statistics degree.


Encouraging more Women to work in Tech


The discussion about gender equality in the workplace is not a new topic; however, based on the fact that there are still challenges in attracting women when recruiting, we see that the work needs to continue, and Betsson Group supports this in different ways.


Show your colours nominated for prestigious award

22.03.2018's campaign is nominated for Sweden’s oldest and largest advertising- and communication award Guldägget (“The golden egg”). We sat down with Raúl, the brains behind the campaign, for a quick chat about the campaign and the nomination.


Why diversity and Tech goes great together


At the beginning of March, a group of excited female Betssonites set out to participate in the Women in Tech Conference held in Stockholm. Although the focus of the conference was not on a technical only level, with a deep-dive into the code, it offered some very inspirational and thought-provoking discussions.


Collaboration between theory and work


Ever wondered how to combine a passion for sports and fitness with studies? Joel and Tobias solved this by doing their Master Thesis in collaboration with Betsson Group. By doing so they got to do what they love, and learn how the work at a big company is carried out.


My first 2 weeks as a Betssonite


Starting at a new company is always a bit nerve-racking, but hopefully, you are also full of energy and excitement. It’s fully normal to be nervous, there will be a lot of information to process and a lot of new faces and names to learn. Casper shares his thought and experience from his first 2 weeks.