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Full Tilt Poker Parent Company Hiring Again?
According to a series of job ads on a prominent Irish recruitment site, Full Tilt Poker’s parent company Pocket Kings is hiring again and in “urgent need” of a number of specialists.
Posted on April 3 on Jobs.ie under a Pocket Kings Careers banner, the positions open are for Localization Specialists and Customer Service Reps in several languages.
Offering 2-3 month contract roles that âmay become permanent," the job responsibilities include the "localization of all Full Tilt Poker assets including online and off line marketing campaigns and IT focused projects.â
Candidates are expected to review and maintain various language poker web sites and game clients, "ensuring that all content is localized and kept up to date and error free." First hand poker knowledge and passion for the game is required and experience working in the gaming fields is a plus.
These roles are labeled urgent so candidates are expected to send in their CVs as soon as possible.
Also currently being recruited for are Customer Service Team Leaders and Supervisors in several languages with all jobs based out of the Pocket Kings office in Dublin.
Current languages required are German, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, French, Hungarian, Romanian, Polish, Swedish, Danish and Czech, suggesting a possible full relaunch of Full Tilt Poker across Europe.
Rumors circulated last week that Bernard Tapie Group Director Laurent Tapie had moved to Dublin and plans were on track to relaunch Full Tilt Poker within the first two weeks of April.
BTG lawyer Behn Dayanim, the de facto media contact for the Tapie Group over the last few months, has declined comment recently.
The Pocket Kings company profile page on jobs.ie can be found .
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