High 5 Games has unveiled the latest phase of its ongoing international strategy to expand its presence across Europe by opening a new Malta office.
The New York-based developer has moved into what it lauds as “a state-of – the-art facility” in Sliema, ahead of the company’s presence at next week’s SiGMA 2019. This is to house different departments, including account management, business development, design and production of games.
The new office space offers a variety of positions, with H5 G searching for a compliance manager, fraud and transaction director, project managers and game engineers.
The creation of the new office in “one of the igaming industry’s most established hubs” will allow MGA-licensed H5 G to build on its recent momentum to extend its scope across the European market.
Anthony Singer, CEO of High 5 Games, said: “Opening an office in Malta is a major move for us and further demonstrates the company as a truly global operation. It’s great that we now have a strong presence in one of the world’s most important igaming communities.
“The new space will allow us to work even closely with our existing operator partners who are based in the country, while also opens up the opportunity for us to achieve further business growth in Europe, where we have already exceeded our own expectations this year.”
Earlier this week, H5 G announced its latest slot expansion, lauding Goldstruck as the company’s biggest release of the year.
H5 G’s “most advanced slot game to date” is also a further introduction to the newly created tentpole strategy, expected to be made available through the 200 + operator network of the New York firm from tomorrow.