Seattle games developer embarks on an aggressive campaign
It has been reported this week that Double Down Interactive, a Seattle-based casual games developer, is pursuing its expansion plans aggressively, moving to more spacious headquarters where it will transfer its 52 employees and have room to add up to 100 additional employees.
Also, new hires will be conducted by the newly appointed VP Recruiting and Human Resources Peter Anderson, who will instantly get down to work and begin to fill a number of existing vacancies across all functional areas including Java, Flash, Web, and Mobile developers.
Anderson is a very experienced professional, as he previously held HR positions high-growth technology companies, and was formerly VP Recruiting and Human Resources at Big Fish Games.
According to Double Down Interactive’s president Glenn Walcott, "Our new headquarters mark a new chapter for our rapidly growing company as we look to expand our team and continue to create the world's biggest and best free casino application on Facebook."