Fortnite Job Listing Offers $1000 And Free Internet Just For Playing The Game
Fortnite is for all intents and purposes the gift that keeps on giving for battle royale enthusiasts. Epic Games has done a great job at delivering consistent updates for the popular game, despite the developer’s busy efforts elsewhere. Now, it appears that playing Fortnite may just lead to more tangible rewards for one lucky gamer, according to a new job listing.
The job listing in question is from the company highspeedinternet.com, with the listing offering one person $1000 and other goods for playing Fortnite for 50 hours between June 7 and July 31 of this year. The ‘other goods’ mentioned combined with the $1000 brings the total compensation up to around $3000, making this a lucrative proposal for anyone that doesn’t mind playing some Fortnite this summer. The only real ‘work’ the person will need to do is to report “how high-speed internet boosted [their] play,” while also streaming their gameplay hours through their preferred console of choice. Here’s the list of goods the company is offering as compensation:
- $1,000 in wages (50 hours of gaming at $20 per hour)
- A new modem/router combo, depending on what internet is available in their area and suggested equipment, similar to the NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 C7000 Modem Router combo ($200 value)
- A new gaming router, similar to the NETGEAR Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR700 ($500 value)
- 1 year of free high-speed internet service (up to $120 per month) with the winner’s Internet Service Provider of choice (up to $1,440 total value). No cash value/not transferable.
- Up to $30 for the Fortnite game or any gaming additions needed.
- Total prize: up to almost $3,000 in value
The application closing date is Friday May 31st, and the lucky ‘winner’ will be announced on Friday June 7th. Those looking to apply can follow the directions right here. Good luck!
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