Casino Deps is the top guide for online casinos based in New Zealand. Our team consists of industry professionals with a passion for gambling and all things casino related. We are always on the lookout for the newest trends in the iGaming industry. Our number one goal is to provide our readers with quality casino content packed with the most helpful information we can find.
We’re always looking for dedicated, creative people to join our Casino Deps team. Is that you? If so, see our open vacancies below and send us your CV today!
Why Work at Casino Deps?
Leading Developing Industry
Ambitious & Experienced Team
Career Growth Opportunities
Flexible Working Schedule
CasinoDeps NZ as the 1st branch of iGaming start-up is currently looking for Freelance Casino Copywriter who wants to begin a career in the gaming sphere.
CasinoDeps (New Zealand) is an affiliate casino start-up which is focused just on payment guides for Kiwis. As deposits and withdrawals are one of the most important parts of gambling, our team of enthusiasts has decided to prepare the best and most detailed guides for local players.
As a copywriter, you will be working with our Marketing Manager on a variety of projects and guides. You will be able to write articles from scratch and complement existing articles about PayPal, Poli, Paysafe and many others.
The most appropriate candidate for us is a quick learner who is creative, innovative and curious about the gambling niche. Your age, gender or residence country don’t influence our decision. We just want to find a cool and reliable person.
- Writing informative and unique articles following our requirements;
- Make some researches to deliver exciting and clear articles for our readers;
- Being a nice person who meets deadlines 🙂
- Fluent in English (if you know any other languages, let us know);
- Ability to work with Google Drive;
- 1-2 years of experience in copywriting or copyediting;
- Working at home.
If you are interested in our vacancy, send your CV and some words about yourself.Apply For This Role