South African company pays you R10,000 to play games

South African company pays you R10,000 to play games

You might just be able to get paid for what you love doing in your spare time.

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Video game / iStock is looking for an avid gamer who is also familiar with software that simulates real racing.

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The company is seeking to break into the gaming market by offering one lucky gamer the chance to earn R10,000 per month for gaming.

The money comes as part of a sponsorship deal to play at the the ATK Pro Racing GT series, one of South Africa's biggest e-sporting events.

If you think you have the skills and know-how to conquer the competition, all you have to do is download the Matchkit app, after which you use an Instagram business account and link to the app.

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