Charlie loves her video games as much as she loves dumb, charming JRPG protagonists: probably way too much. You can often catch her spending too much time being emotional over LGBT stories in games. She also thinks Yakuza 6 is the best one.
Are you an occasional streamer who wants to make it big? Maybe you’re someone that’s always been interested in the video game streaming world but haven’t the setup? It seems Lenovo may have the opportunity for you. Lenovo Legion Epprenticeship is a competition on offer by the PC company, giving you the chance to learn from streaming’s best.
Returning after a successful first run, Lenovo and partner Click Management know how lucrative and exciting working in the games industry can be. Still, this can be daunting. In research conducted by the partners, 60% of people would consider a career in gaming, while only 19% would know how to pursue. This is where the apprenticeship turned competition comes in to play.
The winner of the Epprenticeship, a competition in which applicants must apply, will take home quite the hefty prize, receiving the following:
Lenovo, Click Management and the Epprenticeship alike know the big stakes this competition offers, and that’s why it’s open to anyone over the age of 15 living in Australia or New Zealand. “The Epprenticeship 2.0 is an opportunity to make gaming inclusive and accessible, offering all gamers the chance to take their passion to the next level, by monetising a side hustle,” the issued press release reads.
To enter, applicants must record a video no longer than 45 seconds, detailing why you’re passionate about building a gaming side hustle and why you deserve the Lenovo Legion Epprenticeship 2.0. Then, fill out this form and attach the video. It’s that easy. Good luck and have fun entering!