Stuart Gentle Publisher at Onrec

Online Casino as a Career Choice

It’s slightly mind-boggling to try and imagine a career in an online casino. Still, since an online casino is a business operation in itself, this means that there’s work done behind the scenes to keep the operation alive and functioning.

Let’s explore a few professional career choices, vacancies, and job opportunities that you can consider at an online casino. 

A Reviewer

Being in the industry of reviewing products and services is highly underrated in the world of professionals. Still, a job like this can be taken seriously depending on how far you’re willing to take it. You can build a steady project list of clients with sites to review, even as a freelancer.

You won’t necessarily need to be a professional gambler to do this. Still, by offering your reviewing services to online casinos, you can build a professional clientele looking for professionals who can review their sites. Using your platforms, you can share the names of online casinos and games and give them more exposure. You will need to know a few ins and outs of an online casino, but you can learn the basics with enough digging, guidance, and some useful resources. 

One way or another, thousands of online casinos will get reviewed by writers who are either for them or against them. Online casinos can sometimes pay reviewers to create reviews on their sites to create some good publicity. Obviously, you would need to be honest about your feedback, but clients will expect you to make the piece more encouraging towards the brand. 

Depending on how many projects you’d be managing at the time, you can set a reasonable rate for your reviews on a per-word basis. There’s also a fee that you may charge the site for the platforms you’ll be using to publish the content. This exposes their brand to your traffic and audience should you have a large following. 

A Writer and Content Creator

Content creating and writing is another professional service you can consider offering online casinos. Though this can be more in the line of a freelancing service, every online casino needs content to be put up on its website for visitors to read. 

Basic pages like a site’s “About” page or “FAQ” section need someone who can take an idea and put it online in the form of content for readers to comprehend easily. This doesn’t just apply to new websites either, as sites need updates and new information added to them now and then. With enough experience and some long-term relationships, you can find yourself being requested to produce content for online casinos regularly. 

A Support Agent

For professionals looking for something a little more formal and stable, perhaps you can look at becoming a professional customer support agent to an online casino. Every online casino has one or more support channels to help customers in need of assistance. 

Whether you’re responding to emails, answering telephone calls, or chatting with customers through the site’s live chat feature, there’s always a customer out there who needs help. They may have questions ranging from what casino games are available on the site to issues concerning payments. 

It’s good to note that support channels online aren’t like the channels you’d find at your typical call centre. If you land this job, you’d be working remotely, so it would be ideal to be comfortable with this style of work. You’d need to know how to use a computer, learn about the ins and outs of the online casino so you can offer feedback in the best possible way, and always learn about the etiquette needed to be a professional and efficient support agent. 

It’s a bonus if you can speak other languages apart from English, as many online casinos offer their services in different languages, including in customer services. 

Professional Dealer

Many online casinos have live casinos, and to facilitate a live betting experience, you need a professional dealer to get the job done. But this career choice isn’t as easy as you might think it is. 

To find yourself working as a professional dealer at a highly ranked and reputable online casino, you would need to meet certain requirements.

Firstly, you would have to be of legal age to deal with gambling tasks.  Many online casinos are also very strict about their employees not having a criminal record. 

The requirements don’t just end there because dealers streamed live also need to look as good on screen as they do on paper. A certain image is maintained at all times with live dealer staff, and they are always trained and expected to be professional and friendly at all times. So if you happen to be a little impatient and not very friendly, then this may not be a career path you should consider. This is especially because being a live dealer involves not only a lot of chatting and engaging but also being a good listener. 

Speaking English fluently will be required in jobs like these and is also necessary as you communicate with players. Also, to be a professional game host you’ll need to be trained as an expert on live casino games. You should also be good at knowing how to make the necessary math calculations and be able to think fast on your feet. 

In Conclusion

You can consider several ventures whether you’re working as a freelancer or on contract with an online casino. There’s obviously more that can be offered professionally at online casinos, especially in information technology and website development. Still, if you are great with people and have a head for the game, the options above are ideal for professionals looking for a less complex job.