Newcastle United FC joins LeoVegas in recruitment effort

Published October 18, 2023
Newcastle United FC joins LeoVegas in recruitment effort

LeoVegas forms a collaboration with Newcastle United FC – one with the football team promoting the operator’s available open roles. 

The promotion will involve the creation of an employer branding film featuring popular Toon stars Dan Burn, Sean Longstaff, and Paul Dummett. The film will be shot in the club’s Darsley Park training ground, and has the players point out the benefits of working at LeoVegas. 

As the operator puts it, this film will help reach and maximise engagement with people living in the North East of England and showcase the jobs available at the company. LeoVegas has no less than 50 positions available at its Newcastle office.

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This announcement builds on LeoVegas’ partnership with Newcastle United FC, which has its recently launched BetMGM brand sponsor the team as the official club partner for the 2023/4 season.

Currently LeoVegas employs over 120 people in Newcastle and over 1,400 people across Europe. The 50 new roles in the North East will be its biggest recruitment effort in the UK since it first established itself in Newcastle back in 2018. 

“We’re proud to be based in the incredible city of Newcastle, the home of Newcastle United FC, and are excited to discover more winning talent as we look to expand our team in the region,” LeoVegas director for UK and Ireland Sam Behar says. “The Magpies share our same passion for Newcastle and we’re grateful for their support to help us attract the best talent! If you’re looking for your next opportunity, we’d love to hear from you.”

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