Web Site Invites Video Game Lovers to Get Paid to Play Video Games

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A new web site has been created to enable video game players to be paid for testing new games. The site provides anyone an Internet home business opportunity.

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Tim Foss is hopeful that his new web site will appeal to video game players who also want an opportunity to make money playing video games and taking surveys.

"You don't need any formal education to be a video game tester," explained Foss. "Video game testers can get paid $9 to $80 an hour and get to keep the games you test. Anyone can become a game tester, all that is required is that you are 15 or older to get paid to play games."

His web site at http://www.officialmoviedownloads.com/video-game-tester/ provides full details on the home-based business opportunity.

Game testers must first register at the site. Foss guarantees they will receive a testing assignment within two weeks in the mail. Testers need to have at least one video game system to become a video game tester.

"It took me only five days to find a game tester job and I am making around $23 per hour, it's so exciting," said John Brown, a tester in Denver, Colo.

Foss says the number of game developers looking for testers is growing all the time.

"Your opinion on their video game is extremely important to them. You will be telling them what you like about the game, what you dislike about it, and let them know if there is anything wrong with the game. This information is crucial to them, to ensure the successful release of the game," he explained.

Testers can work on as many assignments as they are willing to accept. Testers need to be 15 or over to get a game tester job. Some assignments require testers to do the work at a local testing center, and other assignments are sent in the mail for completion at home. Usually the testers are permitted to keep games they test, according to Foss.

"Here's a success story for your website... In the beginning I was a bit skeptical, but then I received a free game, and then a $300 check! I used to spend my time playing games and not being 'productive'. Now I play games AND I'm being 'productive'. What a change, right? Thank you for giving me this opportunity!" - Nick, C. New York, NY.

Foss said that anyone interested in the opportunity to get paid for playing video games or to take surveys should visit his new web site for more information and to obtain the "Game Tester Guide."

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