Singaporean Firm Will Pay People To Play Pokemon Go

Posted: Aug 11 2016, 8:56am CDT | by , in News | Gaming


Singaporean Firm will Pay People to Play Pokemon Go
Funzing Singapore Facebook
  • Singaporean Firm Offers World's First Job of Playing Pokemon Go

There is some really good news in the air. A Singapore-based firm will be paying people who play Pokemon Go.

A Singaporean firm named Funzing placed an ad on its Facebook page. Anyone reading the ad would probably do a double take or two. He would than rub his eyes many times over to make sure there were no vision problems.

Finally, the notion of it all being due to misprinting may enter one’s noggin. Yet the fact of the matter is that this is a dream job on offer. This career involves the playing of Pokemon Go. 

The ad reads like this: The firm is looking for an enthusiastic Pokemon Go Master. This is the first Pokemon Go job in the world. If anyone is a Pokemon Go fanatic and on the lookout for those buried virtual monsters in the environment than we want him.

If this description fits you or a friend than drop us a message. Those shortlisted will get paid to play Pokemon Go. There was even an update message attached with the ad. It was a dream job that could not be surpassed. 

This seems too unbelievable to the common consumer and career climber. How could you get paid to play a smartphone game? Is this even remotely possible? The details about this job are still not all known.

Yet it appears to be the real deal. A New Zealander who quit his job last month to play the game on a full-time basis may be the ideal candidate for this career in game-playing. 

Pokemon Go began its journey in the USA and Australia. This was followed by its European debut. Finally, Hong Kong and Singapore were added to the ever-growing list of countries that want to join the Pokemon Go club.

Various businesses and commercial enterprises are quick to jump on the bandwagon and rake in the profits. This Singapore-based company is the first one to offer a job of merely playing Pokemon Go. While it seems too good to be true, it just might be true after all.

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