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Backend Engineer Remote
Tufa Jobs - Game TacoNew York, NY
With a mission of bringing the excitement of esports to all gamers, Game Taco is the leading premium skill-games destination in the United States, including popular games like Bejeweled, Wheel of Fortune®, SCRABBLE Cubes, TRIVIAL PURSUIT, and Angry Birds, plus Atari classics like Breakout, Asteroids, and Centipede.
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Backend Engineer - Remote
Game TacoNew York, NY
As a Principal Engineer, You will work closely with the product stakeholders to understand the requirements of features and break them down into executable technical designs. Backed by Platinum Equity and Strategic Investors, Game Taco is headed into an exciting growth phase.
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jobsearcher.com/articlesCreative Jobs New York
New York, NY The ideal candidate will be hands-on at every step of the production process for multiple concurrent projects, all of which will be at
While creativity and technology are at the core of what we do, a passion for the industry and people using it to drive change is what drives us.
Backend Engineer Remote Your Boss Is Going to Miss You Game Taco Is Hiring
Game TacoNew York, NY
Game Taco is seeking a Principal Backend Engineer to join our growing engineering team. Game Taco is the parent company of WorldWinner, a premier skill gaming based platform that joins gamers from around the world to play and compete in tournaments for fun and cash prizes.
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