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9th Sep 2019 by Cam Brierley

Updated 9th Sep 2019

Weekly Esports Job Roundup #77

What do you get when you take the 10 best careers out of a list of over 200 in a week? A collection of some VERY awesome esports jobs...

Welcome to another Hitmarker Weekly Jobs Roundup!

As the global leader in esports jobs, we’d fondly call this feature as the definitive list of the hottest jobs in esports at this moment. We trawl through the 200+ jobs we post a week to hand pick the 10 most epic, reddit-worthy jobs there are.

The result? Well, see for yourself…

Why we love this job:

  • A job with FaZe Clan is a job with one of the coolest orgs in the whole of gaming
  • As it’s a position in HR, it means you’d be able to make people’s career dreams come true as you manage hiring and onboarding
  • Plus there’s a solid list of perks including medical and 401K participation!

What you’ll need to make it yours:

  • 5 years of experience in a leadership position
  • Deep knowledge of human resources
  • Degree in human resources or a related field

Why we love this job:

  • Dexerto is a great company for hiring remote positions, and that’s exactly what’s on offer here! (provided you’re located in a PST timezone).
  • The timing of the hire is to coincide with Modern Warfare’s release and Call of Duty’s franchising - two BIG moments for any CoD fan
  • Dexerto doesn’t typically hamper their jobs with experience requirements or degree requests: submit a writing sample and impress them instead!

What you’ll need to make it yours:

  • A complete understanding of the Call of Duty esports scene
  • Top notch writing skills
  • Confident working with social media

Why we love this job:

  • A social media job with the Overwatch League was always going to make the cut, wasn’t it?
  • This one is particularly cool though as it’s only asking for 1+ year of experience working on social platforms
  • Live tweeting and match coverage is one responsibility; work while watching Overwatch!

What you’ll need to make it yours:

  • 1 year of experience working on social media
  • Video content creation experience
  • The ability to work weekends during OWL seasons to provide coverage

Why we love this job:

  • Any position on Fnatic’s content team would be awesome, so heading up the division is next level
  • Fnatic is one of the largest esports orgs in the world and has an epic office you’d be joining
  • As you’d expect from a great company, there’s great perks on this job too!

What you’ll need to make it yours:

  • A track record of growing brands through excellent content
  • Expert understanding of social media platforms and they are best used
  • A commercial mindset, and the ability to balance Fnatic’s priorities with those of their partners

Why we love this job:

  • It’s a remote esports job, and that always goes down well
  • As well as that, this one is part time which means it’s more accessible for more junior candidates who might have school commitments
  • It’s all about running League of Legends tournaments!

What you’ll need to make it yours:

  • Experience either playing in or running tournaments
  • A detailed understanding of League of Legends and its competitive scene
  • Great communication skills and knowledge of the UK University esports scene

Why we love this job:

  • It’s with TSM, one of the largest esports organizations there is
  • It’s a very unique job, with a chief responsibility being to elevate video production quality by creating film sets and props
  • It has a focus around creativity and content, two things that the esports crowd loves

What you’ll need to make it yours:

  • Experience in the Adobe Creative Suite
  • Experience designing sets and props for studio productions
  • Experience in 3D rendering software (preferred)

Why we love this job:

  • Hit or Miss Gaming frequently posts remote, freelance esports jobs, and that’s a favorite of many of our followers
  • It’s paid at an hourly rate, meaning you can rest easy knowing your efforts are being rewarded all the time
  • With a salary of $100-$200 a week it could be a nice accompaniment to a student’s studies or as a part time gig

What you’ll need to make it yours:

  • Skilled in the Google Suite
  • Excellent knowledge in a variety of social channels
  • Ability to map out compelling content strategies

Why we love this job:

  • Andbox is a cutting edge esports company indeed, and are owners of the Overwatch League team NYXL and the New York City-based Call of Duty franchise
  • Because of that, there is lots of room to make an impact on the local esports scene
  • Working on watch parties, retail pop up, meet and greets and more events, you’ll have an exciting and diverse workload.

What you’ll need to make it yours:

  • A degree in production, business or a related field
  • 7 years of experience in large-scale live events in New York City
  • Excellent project management skills to coordinate the many parts of an event

Why we love this job:

  • A chance to work on the Call of Duty League from day one is a pretty awesome prospect
  • Working with pro players in a full time job has to be one of the coolest jobs going!
  • There’s travel required (presumably to esports events) which we know is a massive sell for some people

What you’ll need to make it yours:

  • 4 years of experience in esports
  • 4 years of experience in administrative / coordination jobs
  • 2 years of experience in talent management

Why we love this job:

  • World of Warcraft isn’t a game with too many esports jobs going for it! This one is for you, WoW players
  • It comes fresh off the back of WoW Classic’s launch, so there couldn’t be much more hype around the game
  • A key duty of the job is to coordinate how World of Warcraft fits into a variety of events!

What you’ll need to make it yours:

  • Passion for esports and World of Warcraft
  • Ability to work weekends as needed and travel as required
  • Excellent organization and multitasking ability