Top gaming software developer, Castle Hill Gaming, has announced they are planning a $1.3m investment and adding over 100 jobs to their corporate headquarters. The position will be located in Virginia, within the Albemarle County area.
The Virginia Jobs Investment Program as well as Albemarle County will provide matching grants to assist with the hiring process as well as training of new employees of the facility. The announcement of the investment was made with several government officials in attendance including Governor, Ralph Northam.
Companies who work with the state’s Jobs Investment Program providing funding as well as services to help in creating employment positions or technological changes to reduce the cost of human resource development for new companies, expanding companies as well as groups who are retraining their employees.
According to a recent press release…
Castle Hill, CEO, Arthur Watson, commented on the initiative by stating: “We are proud to call Charlottesville home and to partner with the Commonwealth of Virginia on this important high-tech initiative that is revolutionizing the gaming industry with Historical Horse Racing (HHR) games. We look forward to contributing to the growth and success of Albermarle County and all of Virginia.”
Providing Gaming Solutions:
Castle Hill Gaming is one of only a select few companies that offer gaming solutions for Historical Horse Racing in the US. The company has created a total of 136 games in video as well as mechanical reel formats.
Jobs to be added within the company include computer programmers, designers and other high-skilled positions such as mathematicians. The average compensation for an employee at the company headquarters is over $100,000.
Castle Hill Gaming will be adding even more jobs in the future as the Commonwealth adds more machines offering Historical Horse Racing.