MONCTON, N.B.—The New Brunswick government will provide up to $14 million for a gaming testing lab to create 1,000 full-time jobs in the Moncton area.
Opportunities New Brunswick spokeswoman Carolyn McCormack says the province will give the Las Vegas-based BMM Testlabs up to $14 million in payroll rebates over five to 10 years.
The jobs will include quality assurance testers, engineers, computer scientists, business development managers and project managers.
It says BMM currently employs about 300 people in several countries including Spain, Australia and South Africa.
Moncton is the company’s only location in Canada.
The 33-year-old company provides consulting and testing for gaming networks and systems.