Gamesys announces relocation of London Headquarters

Gamesys announces relocation of London Headquarters

Gamesys has reaffirmed its commitment to growing its employees in the United Kingdom by agreeing to take over the old London headquarters of the bankrupt fashion retailer Arcadia Group. 

Gamesys moves to bigger London HQ

According to The Evening Standard, the online gambling firm, which recently completed a £2 million merger with Bally’s Corporation, plans to relocate to Colegrave House on Berners Street in mid-2022.

The firm’s new UK headquarters, nestled between Soho and Fitzrovia, is widely regarded as one of the most sumptuous office spaces in the country.

Colegrave House’s lease became available following Arcadia Group’s failure last year. Arcadia Group was a UK highstreet apparel retailer that operated TopShop, TopMan, Dorothy Perkins, and Miss Selfridges outlets. 

Gamesys said that it would want to accommodate 1,000 employees in its new headquarters, with the company planning an additional hiring spree next year. The said company’s units will serve as the technology and systems provider for Bally’s US wagering development under the new ownership. 

Gamesys has been tasked with the responsibility of designing a new platform that will house Bally’s new bolt-on assets, including SportCaller, Monkey Knife Fight, and Bet. Works

Quotes from the Press Release

Gamesys stated in a press release: “We are thrilled to dedicate our future to London, our home for the last two decades. As we go toward hybrid working, it’s critical to have a fantastic location for face-to-face cooperation, and we look forward to relocating in the middle of 2022.”


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