Yes! You Can Get a Job Playing Video Games at Globalstep
It's a dream job, right?
Imagine going to work each day and getting paid to play video games? Could I sit at my desk in my PJ's too?
Globalstep LLC might be the ticket for you. But, you can't work in PJs.
Someone Has To Do It
With literally thousands of games being developed on various platforms every year, having a polished and tested product is critical for success. This can be an issue especially for smaller, independent developers who can't afford hiring entire teams of testers or be able to set up large beta tests of their products.
Now, Globalstep offers a game testing and issue reporting service to give game producers an unbiased test of their products.
This is not a fly-by-night, small-time outfit we're talking about here. They're led by a professional and experienced team with some 65 combined years in business management and the video game industry.
Management also has the support of an advisory board with long, notable resumes in the gaming industry at some of the biggest and most successful companies.
These guys mean business.
And they're hiring.
Have You Got What It Takes?
Avid gamer? Good communication skills? Good observer? A patient eye for detail?
You could be the gamer they're looking for. Pop by their website (www.globalstep.com) or if you're at the E3 show today, stop by their booth.