Product Manager

If you’re an experienced Product Manager looking for a place to work that will treat you with respect and will challenge you intellectually, then you may be a good fit for us.


You will be part of a small product team so you’ll work closely with your peers.  Our hope is that you’ll teach as well as learn.


The Job:

You will analyze data, develop insights, make decisions, and define actions to take.  Your scope will be across all our current games, but focused on what you think will drive the most impact.  So basically, product management.


What We are Looking For:

–Brilliance.  The ability to synthesize large amounts of information from multiple disciplines extremely quickly and make decisions that have life or death impact on the health of the company

–Empathy.  Understanding what drives the emotions of players

–Attention to Detail.  Often the tiniest factors have the biggest impact.

–2+ years of Games Experience (preferred)

–2+ years of Casual Games Experience (highly preferred)



Super Lucky is a casual and social casino games company.  We’re profitable and growing quickly. We produce some of the most fun and successful social casino apps on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon!


We work as a team. Everyone helps everyone. Everyone is a teacher. Everyone is a student. Overall, our goal is to make our team better at what we do.



This position is full-time with some schedule flexibility. We offer market-competitive compensation, full benefits, 401K, and PTO. We encourage personal growth and provide everyone an opportunity to grow in whichever direction they are most interested!


Recruiters of any sort are NOT welcome to contact us about filling our open positions.


To Apply:

Send an email to, with your resume and also answer the following questions:

  1. The name of our game that you think generates the highest amount of revenue and why
  2. The current (or last) product that you managed and what was the biggest challenge to growing its revenue (or userbase) and one approach to the challenge you attempted that did NOT work and why.
  3. What’s the last book you read?
  4. Your salary expectation


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