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GamesIndustry.biz set to launch American recruitment service at E3

Following its huge success in Europe, GamesIndustry.biz is launching its online job database in the USA and Canada - offering American recruiters and job seekers a local version of the leading games recruitment site.

Following its huge success in Europe, GamesIndustry.biz is launching its online job database in the USA and Canada - offering American recruiters and job seekers a local version of the leading games recruitment site.

GamesIndustry.biz is already the market leader in online recruitment advertising in the UK and Europe, and now the same ease of use and practicality - for both recruiting companies and those seeking employment - will be available to the North American market.

Users of the site will be able to browse the huge GI.biz job database by region, giving industry professionals seeking work anywhere in the world a single site that caters for all their needs.

"Over the past two years GamesIndustry.biz has established itself as the standard for games job advertising in Europe," explains Rupert Loman, director of operations at GamesIndustry.biz' publisher, Eurogamer Network. "We're now taking advantage of the fact that our site is popular all over the world, particularly in the USA."

Companies advertising on GI.biz can now be certain that their job advertisements will reach both the relevant local audience, and talented workers overseas who may be considering a move abroad - while the popular and rapidly growing database of CVs registered on the site will now include an even larger number of industry professionals.

"So many recruitment agencies and games companies have chosen GamesIndustry.biz because of the value for money and excellent results offered," continued Loman. "Vacancies are posted to the site immediately and our clients receive high quality CVs directly - there's really no need for the ineffective and expensive option of print advertising any more."

For more information on the GamesIndustry.biz recruitment service, or to arrange an E3 appointment to discuss recruitment advertising opportunities, contact Rupert Loman on +44 (0)1273 382 521 or email [Rupert@Eurogamer.net].

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