Our client, has developed an exciting peer-to-peer sports betting platform, poised to disrupt the traditional sportsbook industry. They’ve incorporated financial exchange concepts into the sports gambling world, and their product allows customers to bet on and against sports related outcomes by purchasing and selling event contracts, which reflect the market’s likelihood of an event occurring. They are backed by some major players in the space, and have sparked a lot of excitement throughout the industry.
Though they are in early stages of their development and growth, they’ve had a ton of success in a short period of time, and are in preparation for their public launch in the coming months. With that, they are currently looking to hire a Backend Software Engineer to work on their consumer facing Python & Java based application, which sits on top of their Exchange Platform. This team currently sits around 5+, with plans to double that group this year.
They are currently based in the New Jersey/Philadelphia area, and though are completely remote at this time, would like for this hire to be eventually local to the area once things stabilize.
If interested in learning more about this opportunity and feel it would be a good match for your background and what you’re looking for next. Please apply and reach out for further information!
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