FrontierBundles to Pay Teams of Two $2000 to Play Video Games


Updated · Feb 21, 2022


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Two pairs of friends will earn $2K each for playing video games for 21 hours per week. 

On its website, the giant Internet Service Provider (ISP) has announced that it’s seeking sets of players that know each other to play both online and offline. The challenge will be in commemoration of 2021 video game anniversaries. 

Street Fighter 2 and Sonic Hedgehog will be turning 30. Also, Donkey Kong is turning 40, while The Legend of Zelda will hit 35 years.

Titles like Mario Golf: Super Rush and Resident Evil Village are also coming out soon. 

More in Store

Apart from the money, the players can get snacks, a swag bag with gaming consoles, and online gameplay access. It will also be an excellent time for pals to bond over games in times of a pandemic. 


Gaming revenue is in the billions, and companies gain a lot more from researching player experience.  Frontier hopes to find out gamers prefer playing alongside friends or solo.

Players will have to convince the ISP on why they’re the ideal candidates for this dream job. They will also be asked what their favorite game is. 

Anyone interested should send their application via the company’s site by 11:59 PM Pacific Daylight Time on June 18th, 2021.  

So, get your gaming gear ready, and let’s go!




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