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Intouch boosts Midlands game development industry

7 Dec 2016

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Intouch were recently mentioned by the BBC as one of the biggest influences and employers in Birmingham's bustling tech industry and now Intouch Games Limited is looking to expand its workforce with a recruitment drive.

This follows a bumper year for the West Midlands based developer of online and mobile casino games which has seen a 228% rise in U.K. employees over the past 18 months -- something which the company, owner of the mFortune Online Casino and PocketWin casino brands, attributes to the "highly collaborative nature" of their teams.

"mFortune's journey is inspiring," explained Sumit Lakhina, Marketing Manager at mFortune. "It's amazing to see how the company has emerged to be one of the leading online gaming companies in such a short period. The company is expanding exponentially [and] I am happy to be a part of this growth story."

After being named by The London Stock Exchange Group as one of the 1,000 companies to inspire Britain last year, Intouch Games is starting 2017 with a recruitment drive; looking to expand the 200-person-strong team based at Fountain House in Halesowen.

"We are expecting to double in size again in the next 24 months, and the opportunities are endless," explained Harriet Grant, HR Manager at mFortune.

"From computer programming and graphic design, to marketing and customer service, we're looking for people who are not only great at what they do, but dynamic and enthusiastic. We want people with bags of initiative to join us on this exciting journey."

The company, which is currently expanding their Halesowen office to include a gym for staff members, is hugely proud of their local roots. So much so, Intouch Games made headlines in November by saving Christmas thanks to a cash injection.

When council cuts meant their local Christmas lights switch-on would no longer go ahead, mFortune Bingo stepped in and donated over £3,000 to help fund the event and make sure Halesowen got well and truly into the festive spirit.

"As one of the town's biggest employers, we are very much party of the community and were all too happy to get the party started," Simon Wilson, Managing Director of InTouch Games Limited, told the Hereford Times. "We're committed to Halesowen, and couldn't let such a great event fall by the wayside."

Intouch Games are currently recruiting for a number of roles to be based at Fountain House.
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