Manchester company needs someone to test games and PC tech all day

Want to get paid to test all the latest gadgets and games?

A gaming and PC tech publishing house in Manchester is offering avid gamers and tech lovers the chance to live out their dream and get paid to test the latest gadgets and games.

By Gamers for Gamers, which was founded in April 2019 by brothers Andrew and Craig Kirkcaldy and Will Blears, is on the hunt for someone who lives and breathes PC hardware, technology and gaming for a new job opportunity.

They’ll offer the right candidate a starting salary of up to £18,000 a year to build a career around their interest or passion.

Not only will they get the chance to be a part of a rapidly growing company of tech and gaming enthusiasts, but they’ll also spend their days benchmarking and testing all kinds of components, peripherals, and games to create engaging videos and content for their 14.2K subscribers on YouTube and their multiple websites.

With millions of readers each month, BGFG aims to provide readers with hands-on reviews and practical buying advice as well as tips to get the most out of their tech and gaming setup with a network of sites which includes, and

Co-founder Will said that the team is looking to create opportunities for true gamers with natural talent in a sector that often has limited career opportunities.

“We’re passionate about giving gamers the best experience possible, so why wouldn’t we take it that step further and help them build a career around their passion?” he said.

“Our viewers come to us for hands-on reviews and practical buying advice as well as tips to get the most out of their tech and gaming setup, so it makes sense to build a team of avid gamers to meet the needs of our audience.

“The day-to-day work is interesting, challenging and fast paced, so whilst personality is key, we need an individual who is hardworking, and delivery focused.

“We want a team player who is ready to go the extra mile to deliver to our audience of experienced and inexperienced gamers.

“Workplace culture is important to us, so they’ll need to be friendly, supportive and prepared to be a part of a team.”

Interested gamers can apply here.


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