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Playing video games can earn you a living wage: SA company offers R10,000 a month to test games

By on May 26, 2022 0
  • A local company is looking for a gamer who would like to earn a monthly salary of R10,000 to test games
  • The digital car industry is booming and cars.co.za believes it’s time for SA to get in on the action and start testing car simulations
  • The lucky person will be part of a monumental shift in the automotive industry, ushering in the new digital age

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South African gamers and business owners now have the opportunity to do what they love while earning a living. A local car company, cars.co.za, offers a salary of R10,000 to test drive simulations.

Cars.co.za is breaking into the gaming business and they are looking for a sim driver to sponsor. Image: Getty Images
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Most of the time, gamers are shady spending endless hours behind a screen, being told that they will be nothing and the games won’t pay their bills. Well, well, look at them now.

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Business Intern reported that cars.co.za is paving the way for the auto industry’s digital integration into the ever-evolving gaming industry.

The simulation car game is a digital platform for racing car drivers to drive without actually being in a physical car – hence the simulation. With literally everything happening on digital platforms, it was only a matter of time before things like motorsport followed suit.

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CTA Esports says this is the way to go and this is an exciting step for SA. They are looking for players who are also interested in cars to apply for this position.

“We already have young local racers competing on the global stage, and with Cars.co.za looking to shine a greater spotlight on talent, the level of competition will only get better,” said Warren Barkhuizen, Founder from ATK. .

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Gamer gasoline heads will battle it out to grab the awesome position which will allow them to get paid to do what they love while participating in a monumental advancement in the digital automotive industry in South Africa.

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In the news of the wealthy players, In brief News reported that any passion can lead to wealth, and this is best demonstrated by TimTheTatman, an American YouTube gamer and Twitch star. He is famous for his Call of Duty, Counter-Strike and Fortnite gameplay videos. But how does all of this success relate to TimTheTatman’s net worth?

TimTheTatman’s full name is Timothy John Betar, and he is a famous American Twitch streamer and gamer. Gamers and streamers alike have wanted to know TimTheTatman’s net worth as he has one of the most followed accounts on Twitch. Additionally, he is a Certified Twitch Partner and one of the most popular players on the platform.

Tim was born Timothy John Betar on April 8, 1990 in the United States. Hence, TheTatman’s age is 32 in 2022. He faced a tough childhood after his mother died when he was just 15 years old. Thanks to his supportive father, who has always been by his side, they share a strong bond.

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