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Why join Games in Asia? The first reason is obvious: because getting paid to write about (and play) games is awesome! But there’s a lot more that’s rewarding about working for GiA. We’re a diverse team based all over the world and we work together through the web, which means you can be part of an exciting, technology-driven work culture from the comfort of your own home. We work hard and often long hours, but we’re also flexible in ways a traditional workplace isn’t, and challenging in ways a big company could never be. At Games in Asia you won’t just be another writer, you’ll be a crucial member of the small team that’s helping to shape and grow GiA day by day. You’ll have the freedom to choose most of your own stories and pursue your passions, all while helping put Asian games and the gaming scene here on the map. What could be better than that?


Position: Games editor


Countries (no. of positions): Japan (1), Somewhere in Asia (1)

Who we’re looking for:

  • An editor with knowledge of Asia and a passion for games.
  • Previous experience covering and editing gaming in English is a big plus.
  • Must be based in Asia.

You’ll be working from home or at our co-working space (if you’re based in Singapore) with our team of experienced writers and editors to edit, find, research, and report interesting gaming-related stories from across Asia.

You’ll be leading content direction and editing articles. Right now, Games in Asia is looking for folks who can cover the business side of the gaming industry which ranges from game design, creation, indies getting funding, to game monetization.

If time permits, you will also be tasked to write pieces ranging from game reviews to industry coverage to long think-pieces about the state of the gaming scene around Asia, so you’ll need to be flexible and in-tune enough to the scene to have your own opinions (and not be afraid of expressing them). You’ll also be responsible for helping to manage, edit, and curate user-generated gaming-related content.

Interested applicants please send CV to Charlie and Mary-Anne. Please indicate your current and expected salary, sample writings (links are fine), and when you can start work.


Position: eSports reporter


Countries (no. of positions): Somewhere in Asia (1)

Who we’re looking for:

  • Passionate and knowledgeable about LoL, Dota 2, or ideally both (including the Asian competitive scenes)
  • Speak Chinese or Korean. (We don’t write in these languages but they’re very useful for finding stories, conducting interviews, etc.)
  • Previous experience covering gaming in English is a big plus.
  • Capable of basic image and video editing
  • Must be based in Asia.

You’ll be working from home or at our co-working space (if you’re based in Singapore) with our team of experienced writers and editors to find, research, and report interesting gaming-related stories from across Asia.

As an eSports reporter at Games in Asia, you will be focused on producing content relating to the Asian eSports scene, with special focus on the League of Legends and Dota 2 scenes. You would be expected to conduct and/or translate interviews with players, produce opinion pieces and news pieces about interesting developments within the scene, and assist with the promotion and growth of our eSports coverage in general. You would also be expected to help out and contribute articles related to popular titles like LoL and Dota 2 but not directly related to the eSports scene when time allows.

Interested applicants please send CV to Charlie and Mary-Anne. Please indicate your current and expected salary, sample writings (links are fine), and when you can start work.


Position: Games journalist


Countries (no. of positions): Somewhere in Asia (2)

Who we’re looking for:

  • An experienced blogger or journalist with knowledge of Asia and a passion for games.
  • Knowledge of any Asian languages is a big plus.
  • Previous experience covering gaming in English is a big plus.
  • Must be based in Asia.

You’ll be working from home or at our co-working space (if you’re based in Singapore) with our team of experienced writers and editors to find, research, and report interesting gaming-related stories from across Asia.

You’ll be doing everything from writing game reviews to industry coverage to long think-pieces about the state of the gaming scene around Asia, so you’ll need to be flexible and in-tune enough to the scene to have your own opinions (and not be afraid of expressing them). Right now, Games in Asia is looking for folks who can cover the business side of the gaming industry which ranges from game design, creation, indies getting funding, to game monetization.

Interested applicants please send CV to Charlie and Mary-Anne. Please indicate your current and expected salary, sample writings (links are fine), and when you can start work.


Position: Happy business development ninja, Games in Asia


Countries (no. of positions): Singapore (1)

We need smart leaders to build and lead a small team. Your team is tasked to bring in the dough through online ads placement, conference ticket sales, and sponsorships for Games in Asia. Like many business development positions in a media company you need to know how to network and work with sponsors without undermining our editorial independence. We generally prefer folks who have prior leadership experience in sales in games-related areas and the events industry. You need to have a passion for games and are able to excel under pressure to lead a team and also to deliver numbers.

Salary: Negotiable
Equity: Yes, depending on performance.

Interested applicants please send CV to Kelvin and Willis. Please indicate your current and expected salary, sample writings (links are fine), and when you can start work.