Phoenix, AZ

Arizona Department of Gaming offers job opportunities for Event Wagering & Fantasy Sports Agents.

Sandy Casariego

PHOENIX, AZ—Arizona Department of Gaming offers full-time job opportunities for Event Wagering and Fantasy Sports Agents. The job is to monitor all gaming events and activities on-site and via surveillance.

The Event Wagering and Fantasy Sports Agent will interact with vendors and will be assigned to multiple sportsbook locations for daily shifts across the state, including the retail wagering locations, kiosks, and counter terminals.

Their duties mainly are to conduct on-site visits, access mobile platforms to confirm compliance, and maintain a good relationship with other staff, including vendors and technicians. They will also have to investigate or follow up on any unusual betting patterns or suspicious wagering activity.

The applicants must be knowledgeable about the Arizona Tribal Gaming Compact, HB 2772, and the Arizona Event Wagering and Fantasy Sports rules and regulations. They must possess basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and G-Suite programs, understand the surveillance systems and coverage requirements, and can calculate the odds, payoffs, and distribution of certain bet types.

In general, applicants must be able to work with people or independently work at home or away from home. They must be willing to work flexible hours, including weekends, can stand for extended periods in a smoke-filled environment, and have no problem traveling or staying overnight.

The Gaming Department prefers candidates with previous experience in the event wagering and/or fantasy sports industry that have a high school diploma or equivalent. Candidates for this position will be required to submit to a criminal history investigation, and possess a current, valid, state-issued driver's license.

Apply in the below link before the application deadline on August 6, 2021:

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