Full-time jobs you can get within online betting

According to Statista, the size of the market in 2019 was $59 billion

Online gambling is a growing industry and as more companies launch new sportsbooks and casinos, the job opportunities within this space continue to rise.

According to Statista, the size of the market in 2019 was $59 billion, and by 2023 it is expected to rise to $92.9 billion. Should this be the case, a career within iGaming may appeal to people.

The range of jobs within gambling is now wider than ever before, and regardless of your skillset, there is a good chance that there is something potentially suitable for you.


Betting sites would not function without a team of traders that set the odds for the thousands of markets that appear on each sportsbook.

While some bookies do their trading in-house, others instead use an external provider such as Kambi or SBTech, whose services you can find on lots of online gambling sites worldwide.

If you have a strong mathematical background and a breadth of knowledge within a particular league or just sports in general, you could have what it takes to be a trader.

Flexibility is required in trading, and it is certainly not a standard 9-5 job, but if you like using data and working in a fast-paced environment, trading might be the way forward.


The increase in advanced technology in recent years has led to most betting sites and apps rolling out new features that are innovative and creative. This means that there is a great demand for developers across all kinds of software.

Depending on the role, you will need to have experience with Java, Linux, Spring Core, and other technologies in order to build scalable systems and improve the development process of the operator.

New betting sites need developers right off the bat, and more established brands are building their teams regularly as well.

Customer service

It is now expected of betting sites that they have 24/7 customer support, and that is not possible without a large team of agents working around the clock.

Customer support is now delivered through phone, email, live chat, and in some cases social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.

These roles are customer-facing and therefore require a lot of different attributes compared with some of the other jobs within online betting.

You should have good verbal and written communication skills, plus a knack for solving problems in an efficient manner.

Lead generation

Working within online betting is not limited to jobs at operators or providers. There are also many affiliate companies that generate new leads for betting sites.

Bookmaker comparison websites like My Betting Sites produce reviews of sportsbooks and compile the best sign-up offers on the market, and through SEO optimisation they get vast amounts of traffic on their pages with the aim of directing the users to the betting sites on their lists.

Affiliate sites produce content every day and for that to happen, they need content writers as well as graphic designers, website managers, PR experts, and more.


Acquisition and retention are of course key to the success of online betting sites, and a competent marketing team is pivotal if that is to be achieved.

The way in which products are marketed now is completely different from a decade ago. Marketing roles within betting may be broken down into specific sectors such as influencer marketing, social media editing, email marketing, and many more.

Some betting sites are known for their extravagant marketing campaigns, and even if roles are not listed on their careers page, a disruptive idea could still land you a great gig.

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