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GSN games India unveils it new studio for game development operations in Bangalore

May 19, 2016 — by Skoar Harbinger0

GSN Games that has been quite active in the social casino games and cash tournaments arena has announced the opening of a new studio in Bangalore aiming to accommodate talent and business growth. The new studio is equipped with modern infrastructure along with various facilities like game lounges, health facilities, sports arena for its employees that will be looking after engineering, quality assurance, product management, game development, art, analytics and marketing.

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You can read the full press release below:
GSN Games India Unveils World-Class Studio to Support Growth of Game Development Operations in Bangalore
Studio Actively Recruiting for More Than 75 Open Positions, Including Software Engineers, Product Managers, Analysts and Artists  

 Bangalore, India – May 19, 2016:  GSN Games, a worldwide leader in social casino games and cash tournaments, today announced the opening of a new Bangalore studio to accommodate talent and business growth. The top-notch office space located in a premier technology park has the capacity to support more than 500 employees across teams such as engineering, quality assurance, product management, game development, art, analytics and marketing.

The new facility will position GSN Games India to lead game development and product management for some of the most successful social casino apps, including Bingo Bash and GSN Casino. Additionally, it will play a major role in building a leading-edge technology environment powering the global company directly from Bangalore. The new studio is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure and tools such as modern workspaces, game lounges and stocked kitchens, as well as health and wellness facilities including an indoor badminton court.

“The new GSN Games India office represents our commitment to growing our studio by recruiting top talent to lead game development and product management for GSN Games,” said Arun Dutta, Country Manager of GSN Games India. “We are one of the only studios from leading western game developers that drive game development from start to finish in India, as the GSN global team looks to India for game creation rather than simple execution.”

Congratulating GSN Games India on the new studio, Shruti Verma, NASSCOM Gaming Forum Head said, “As a significant force in the region’s games industry, it is exciting to see GSN’s talented India-based team at the helm of industry-leading mobile games for players around the world. Unveiling this studio demonstrates to both aspiring and established game developers that India’s vibrant games community is growing and driving innovation on a global stage.”

Commenting on the office opening, Steve Brunell, Chief Operating Officer of GSN, said, “This outstanding new space symbolises our ambitious plans to grow the studio to further leverage our remarkable team in Bangalore, which has proven itself to be among the most innovative social casino studios in the world. GSN Games is committed to recruiting, retaining and developing top-tier Indian talent, while providing the tools for our teams to advance in their careers with us and create groundbreaking social casino games.”

Founded in 2010 as Bash Gaming and acquired by GSN Games in 2014, GSN Games India maintains an entrepreneurial culture that is true to its startup heritage while being owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment and AT&T Entertainment Group. Over the past five years, the studio created Bingo Bash and grew it into the world’s #1 social bingo game[1]. Bingo Bash remains one of the highest grossing mobile games ever developed in India. The studio is based in Bangalore and is actively recruiting for more than 75 positions across engineering, quality assurance, product management, analytics and art. To learn more about current openings, please visit www.gsngames.com/careers.

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