Wouldn’t it be great if you could play Video Games and get paid to do it?
There are ways to turn your gaming into cash and get paid to play games at home. Here are a few ways to get you started.
Becoming a Video Game Tester:
If Your thinking of testing games for money, in itself a decent job, one that requires you to have a sharp eye and descent writing skills. These opportunities are ways to actually get paid to play video games at home, doing what you’re already doing, but with a little cash reward at the end of the game.
There are ways to make money entering online gaming contests. You can compete with your fellow scrabble players or compete in tournaments via your favorite online games. The opportunities are abundant, but the key is that you can actually get paid to play video games at home.
If you’re playing the games anyway, why not write about them? Video game reviews are everywhere on the internet. Everyone writes them, but you can actually turn them into money if you know where the resources on the internet are,
Video gaming is a great pastime. It’s relaxing, it’s entertaining and it can be involving. For a few out there it can even be rewarding, allowing you to play video games at home and get paid for it. There are plenty of words to be written about video games and plenty of venues to sell those words to. To truly realize your goal of money making through video games, get out and take a look.
The 3 requirements you need to BECOME a game tester are:
- You should be 15 or older in order to get paid for the gaming and testing.
- You need either a computer you already play games on – or a console you’ll prefer playing games on (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, etc).
- You gotta love video games. That’s an obvious one!
You don”t need a degree in marketing or design to do this! Heck, you don’t even need to finish high school. Here’s a list of commonly asked questions you’re asked when you fill out your “work assignment sheet”. I’ll let you decide if these if you think these questions are tough.
- What did you think of the main game menu? (if you liked the overall appearance, if it was easy to navigate, to enter and exit different modes, etc..)
- How did you like Single-Player Campaign mode? What were your most and least favourite parts of the gameplay?
- How did you like the multi-player mode? What were your favourite and least favourite game modes/features of the lobbies? Is there anything you’d change to make it easier/more comfortable to use?
- What was your preferred mode – single-player or multi-player mode?
- Are there any outstanding bugs/glitches you noticed?
- What age group do you believe this game will appeal BEST to?
- Overall, How did the game perform? (storyline, playability, graphics, replay value, etc…)
- If there was anything you could add to the game to improve it (more zombies, more weapons, etc) – what would it be?
- On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rank the game overall?
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