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A company is looking for a Game Show Analyst who will be paid £3,000 to watch quiz shows such as The Chase, Pointless and The Wheel.
As well as paying a generous £3,000 the role, which is with online gaming website PlatinCasino.co.uk, will also pay expenses - such as your TV licence fee or subscriptions to on-demand services.
The Game Show analyst will be tasked with watching and analysing TV quiz shows to try and identify key tactics used by contestants and will be expected to watch at least 10 shows each month and send back notes on what they found.
The lucky candidate will need to make notes detailing tactics used by contestants as well as their attitude and mindsets, they’ll also need to look out for game show ‘hacks’ and the kinds of questions players are asked.
This information will then be used by PlatinCasino.co.uk to create content for its online blog.
The successful applicant will be paid £1,000 a month for an initial three-month period but there’s an opportunity for the role to be expanded for the right person.
A spokesperson from PlatinCasino.co.uk said: “Game and quiz shows are some of the most popular TV programmes on air - you only need to look at audience rates and the variety of shows out there to tell you that. Given the appetite for people watching and wanting to be a contestant on the shows, we were intrigued to see if there is a pattern in the type of people who win and lose, as well as see if there is any set formula to the kinds of questions being asked in general.
“While it would be easy enough for the team here to work on this project, we thought it would be a great opportunity for a fan of these shows to earn a little extra money doing something they enjoy!
"We hope to see some really insightful content into how we can all use the mindset of a quizzer to succeed. So, if you’re an avid Chaser or Wheel watcher then please take a chance and apply to be our ‘Game Show Analyst’.”
If you’re keen you have until 20 February to apply, which you can do here.
You’ll need to be over 18 and no previous experience is required but obviously it’s a big advantage if you’re already into game shows.
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