Aussie Company Telstra Is Looking To Hire An Official Video Game Reviewer
If you're a seasoned gamer and reckon you'd be able to write coherently about them, then this might be ideal for you.
Telstra said in a statement: "This is a one-of-a-kind paid opportunity for you to create up to 10 video and written reviews for us from June to November, exploring the long list of games from Xbox Game Pass and getting hands-on with some of Telstra's other upcoming gaming products."
The telco company posted the advert on its website, explaining what you have to do in order to get the best-sounding job on the planet.
The ad said: "Share with us your best review of a console, PC or mobile game. Your review should be submitted as a video link plus a 300-word supporting article.
"Consider including your thoughts on your favourite parts of the game, any history or interesting facts, some of your own gameplay, and who might enjoy the game and why.
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"We also want you to tell us about your technical skills - though none of these are deal-breakers!
"Do you know how to capture screenshots and screen recordings? Do you have any experience with video equipment or video editing? If so, let us know. If you've been featured in the media or if you've worked with any brand partners before, that's worth including too."
In addition to that, you also have to declare whether you're an Australian citizen or permanently resident, describe yourself in 100 words, and describe your gaming experience and your favourite genre or style of game.
Telstra added: "For this project, we're looking for an enthusiastic and knowledgeable gamer. You'd better know your Minecraft from your Mass Effect, your Halo from your Hollow Knight, and your Gears from your GTA. If you can spot a Warthog from miles away and you know the fastest way to hit bedrock, we want to hear from you."
Applications close on May 22 so you better get to it.
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