Electronic game design and software development organisation Grover Gaming could double in size during the next 18 months, as the firm prepares to embark upon a large-scale expansion strategy.
The Greenville, North Carolina, headquartered organisation currently boasts in excess of 150 employees, and as part of the next stage of its ongoing development its preparing to add at least another 100 to its roster during the next year and a half.
“Due to our relentless focus on the player, customer support, and product innovation, we have been tremendously successful over the past year and the coming year will be even better,” said Alan Mizelle, CFO of Grover Gaming.
Grover Gaming, recognised as one of the fastest-growing companies in America by Inc. magazine earlier this year, is said to be considering several possibilities for the necessary expansion of their facilities.
“Lotteries and charitable gaming markets in this country are experiencing a digital revolution, and Grover Gaming is uniquely poised to capitalise on this opportunity,” said Garrett Blackwelder, president of Grover Gaming.
“To do that, we will be more than doubling the size of our game studios over the next year. We have to further expand our staff and capabilities in our software engineering, 3-D game studios, and customer support divisions, as well as increase our ability to service future markets.
“We are already seeking additional professionals in our core areas. So, in order to accommodate the new employees, we are evaluating our options in the brick and mortar part of the equation.”
Grover Gaming develops software, game content and gaming systems for lotteries and charitable gaming jurisdictions, and is licensed in Ohio, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Washington, Ontario and The Commonwealth’s of Virginia and Kentucky.
Earlier this year the firm announced that it has soared past the $100m mark in money raised for charity through its series of charitable gaming partners.
The huge sum has gone on to directly benefit those charities utilising Grover Gaming electronic charitable gaming systems in New Hampshire, Kentucky, Ohio, North Dakota and Virginia in the past five years.