CalvinAyre.com Open Call for Reporters Looking for the Jet-Set Life & a Really Cool Job
November 09, 2010 at 17:47 PM EST
LONDON, November 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- CalvinAyre.com is announcing a contest to find the next great iGaming reporter. Contestants have a chance to live a VIP lifestyle, travel the world and become one of the most recognized faces in the iGaming industry. CalvinAyre.com will whisk the winner around the world to cover the hottest events, coolest parties and to hobnob with the top executives in the iGaming industry.
Calvin Ayre is the founder of the world's largest betting brand*, Bodog (http://www.bodog.com) and reporting for CalvinAyre.com will give the winner a chance to be part of the in-crowd.
The contest begins immediately and hopeful candidates can join the open call by uploading their audition videos to http://www.youtube.com. Then entrants need to complete and submit a contest entry form along with the YouTube link at CalvinAyre.com before December 2.
The audition videos will appear on CalvinAyre.com and be open to fan voting.
A background in iGaming will help but personality is what we're looking for and, naturally, having the most popular video will play a big part in winning the best reporting job in the world. Contestants will also need to show poise and confidence in front of the camera to take home the top prize.
Some of the past events that CalvinAyre.com reporters have covered include the Asia Casino and Gaming Conference held at the beautiful Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, the Budapest Affiliate Conference in Hungary, Super Bowl XLIV in Miami Florida, World Series of Poker in Las Vegas and, of course, Calvin's own legendary birthday party in Prague: http://calvinayre.com/2010/06/01/lifestyle/launch-party-video-highlights/
If you are ready to join the hottest reporting team in the iGaming industry submit your audition videos before December 2.
* Independent research shows Bodog to be the biggest online gaming brand in the world according Google Alerts: http://www.prnewswire.co.uk/cgi/news/release?id=275580