June 7, 2021
What is a Casino Manager? How much do Casino Managers earn? How do you get your first job as a Casino Manager and what is the long-term career potential? In this jobs explained profile we explore everything you need to know about Casino Managers in the iGaming industry.
What is an iGaming Casino Manager?
Casino managers are in charge of the day-to-day management of the gaming area, and overseeing the operation of the online casino. They administer policies, monitor the gaming environment, and assure compliance with regulatory requirements. They oversee and supervise casino personnel, handle problems, take care of customer complaints, and promote good customer service.
What does a Casino Manager do?
A Casino Manager is responsible for the overall management of the dealers including training on gaming procedure and rules etc. A Casino manager creates and manages all casino promotions and works with fellow team members to support marketing campaigns as well as risk management for all casino activity. Casino Managers work with customer service departments to ensure quality and operations to develop projections and budgets.
How much do iGaming Casino Managers earn?
A Casino Manager can typically expect to earn between £40,000-£100,000 depending upon experience.
What skills and qualifications do you need to become an iGaming Casino Manager?
Generally a good amount of the following is necessary:
Gaming industry experience.
Knowledge of Gaming products (casino, slots etc).
Strong knowledge of casino play and risk management; ability to profile players effectively.
Experience managing email campaigns, including production, copywriting and reporting.
Comfortable working with basic html.
Ability to travel for industry and business events.
Rich experience in operation risk controlling.
Knowledge in basic computer, internet & software usage knowledge.
Knowledge in calculation and Mathematics.
Proactive, Team Player, Problem Solver
Respect for all co-workers and customers
How do I get a job as an iGaming Casino Manager?
Becoming a Casino Manager often requires a good foundation in a casino environment. You’ll find Casino Manager and other Casino jobs advertised online, including junior, mid-level and senior positions. Be sure to include all relevant qualifications and experience when writing your CV- and don’t forget to send us a copy too, as we often have exclusive and unadvertised Casino Manager jobs.