H2k is back as announced by HLTV.org, and with the return of H2k we're searching for staff members!
We are looking for dedicated, hardworking, and last, but not least, friendly people.
We are looking for: (the text in the parentheses is for you to know who to send you application to)
• Graphic designers (H2kTV)
• Casters within different games (H2kTV)
• Editors (fragmovies etc) (H2kTV)
• Management (CGO, COO, CEO is taken - H2k Gaming)
When submitting an application you will have to list former work (editors, casters and graphic designers), former employees would be nice to get as well. The management have to list earlier work, you also have to submit a special application attached to the info about yourself. If you are looking to join as a marketing manager for an example, write a sponsor application for an organisation (H2k, SK, Fnatic whatever), we need to see what you can do.
The application should contain where you're from, name, age and important information about yourself, and a short text about yourself.
What can you benefit by working for us:
-Opportunity to work in an amazing work environment
-Work in one of the biggest organisations in the e-sports community.
-Receive rewards for hard work such as sponsor gear and jersey
I have a question.
I am not very familiar with the new H2K management. Used to be part of H2k when Gaetan and all those guys were on board with Eizo,Thermaltake and Spam as sponsors.
Does the current management have any experiences with sponsorships, team contracts, playermarketing, ROI, branding and so on?
Sorry if it sounds rude, I dont mean any harm.
Limited, but yeah. We have experience. It's not rude, it's actually alright to think that we might be unexperienced as not all of us are that "known" outside of the Norwegian scene. I have been working as a manager for 5-6 years now, I don't really keep track. I'm not a professional like the fnatic guys, but every day is a journey.
You just have to wait and see how this is going. We have team contracts and so on as you said. Things are comming ^^
Its just that H2k used to have a bad management during the end of its golden times, then it was sold to some germans, and now you bought it right? I was part of H2k when their still had a good name. Would like to see them go up again like in the good old days :)
Some do this fulltime, I think they should get paid, because they are much more dedicated with their time. I would love to do this full time, but I don't see why. I probably work 5-6 hours a day with H2k now and that's my spare time. I love it.
Yes true! If you do this full time you should get paid for it, thats something else. But if you do this in your spare time, its more like a hobby I guess :) And when its starting to get more serious you can start thinking of getting something more! :)
Well, some people think that gaming is a good way to get paid. Personally, I don't do it for fame, money or even gear. I could sit at home never traveling to an event, working my ass off, to make players get out in the world. That is the true reward, seeing a team that you have in the organisation work their way up in the world.