Toronto’s XMG Studios is looking for young people who would like to get involved in its just-launched Gaming Advisory Board. The Board is a panel of kids from around the world who assist the Toronto-based mobile video game studio in testing their games, reporting on trends, squashing in-game bugs, and even having the opportunity to learn how to make their very own video games.
Those accepted into the Gaming Advisory Board program will gain a rewarding experience in the emerging app economy. Equally important, GAB members will see their feedback touch millions of XMG game users around the World. Parental controls for supervision as well as a monitored exclusive GAB community will provide a safe forum for members to discuss their gaming experiences. In true gaming fashion the member with the highest amount of points at the end of the month, awarded for participating, will win a prize.
“GAB is an amazing opportunity for kids to give real-time feedback into the game development process,” says Ray Sharma, Founder and CEO of XMG Studio. “Through the GAB we also hope to continue supporting community and provide members with an amazing experience. GAB members will get a chance to be part of something unique in an exciting industry and for many of the participants, the two most important perks will be bragging rights and a great start to their resume.” Ultimately, GAB inspires to create future business leaders and tech savvy individuals that will take charge in growing healthy economies around the globe.
The Gaming Advisory Board currently has members across North America, including Toronto, New York, LA, Chicago, Dallas, and San Diego however expansion overseas is the next target. Those interested can apply online.