Skip to comments.Esports is hiring ó and you donít need to be a player
Posted on 09/03/2018 5:31:48 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Chances are youve heard about how huge esports is becoming. Its on TV channels like ESPN and TBS, it has hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars in prizes. And its the industry thats drawn investment from a number of mainstream brands, and even A-list celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez and Shaquille ONeal.
And while you might be aware of the gigantic sums of money these players (often teens) are playing for, youre probably not aware just how many other career paths exist in esports.
Gone are the days where you could only make a living in professional gaming if you in the top 0.001 percent of players in the world. Account managers, business development executives, digital marketers and all of the conventional job titles now exist in esports as the industry has reached a size where any skill set can lead to a full-time paid career.
Multiple career paths
One of the websites we operate at ghostwhite is the largest esports jobs website there is, HitmarkerJobs.com, which posted 2,497 jobs in esports in just the first half of 2018. Weve seen it all from internal travel agents for esports tournament organizers, to managing a gaming house for a team on a full-time basis, to even being a freelance meme specialist earning $17 an hour!
There certainly hasnt been a better time to get involved in the scene than now, but to understand the significance of why so many full-time careers is such a warming sight we must journey back to the dark days of esports, where passion funded peoples exploits, and absolutely nothing else....
(Excerpt) Read more at venturebeat.com ...
Never go away..!
Wasn’t Art Vandelay and Esporter? Or was he more of an Importer?
He was in latex.
Yes, and latex-related products.
And an aspiring architect.
Well duh, Trump’s tariffs were TOTALLY INTENDED to help exports - of course they’re now hiring, that was the plan.
I remember an Art Cor....velay, as well.
But that Art Vandelay, his a man of many talents.
I remember his joint project with Kramerica Industries.
yes. A good post, so...yes.
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