Prove You’re The Best of The Best as a Call of Duty Pro Player
Do you want to prove you’re the best there can be? Well now you can, as a Call of Duty Pro Player and the best thing is – you’ll get paid too!
Does playing Call of Duty and making an income while doing it sound good to you? Read this blog post to learn a little more about what being the best player entails.
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What is Call of Duty WW2?
Call of Duty WW2 is the latest instalment of one of the world’s biggest gaming franchises, Call of Duty. The Sledgehammer Games developed and Activision published game was released on November 7th, going on to take over $500m on its opening weekend.
Call of Duty World War 2 takes the franchise back to its roots – and after the space-age gameplay of Infinite Warfare, it’s a welcome sight for many Call of Duty enthusiasts.
What do You Need to be a Call of Duty Pro Player?
How Good do You Have to be?
To be eligible to work as a Call of Duty Pro Player you must provide proof of your level and ability. This proof can be a photo of your face and rank within the game side by side. You will also need to provide a photo ID, have a working PlayStation 4 or Xbox 1, and a strong wireless connection.
Why Should You Become a Call of Duty Pro Player?
For those of us who can’t think of anything better to do than sitting up late into the night playing Playstation or Xbox, our dream job would more than likely be to get paid to play – and now you can.
As a Call of Duty Pro Player, you can expect to earn at least £15 per hour based on similar services, but with Bidvine you can set your own prices – so it’s really up to you how much you earn!
What is Being a Call of Duty Pro Player Like?
Being a Call of Duty Pro Player is just like playing the game, except it’s for someone else! Obviously, what you’ll be doing within the game depends on what your customer wants – however, as we all know most things come hand in hand on Call of Duty – you can’t unlock items without levelling up and gaining the stats to unlock camos will more than likely mean your rank going up also.
I’m sure most COD players out there will remember the days of trying to get Autumn on Modern Warfare 2 (oh the good old days), and the amount of time that went into it. You’ll effectively be spending that time on your customer’s behalf!
How Will You Fulfil Your Customers’ Needs?
Your approach to the game will, as we’ve said above, depend on what your customer is looking for. When they’re submitting a request on Bidvine, they’ll be given some options for you to focus on:
- Improving rank within the game – including Prestige levels
- Unlocking gun camos and attachments
- Improving Kill-Death ratio
Finally, users will tell you whether they’d like you to use their own console or sign in remotely to their account.
If you get hired to play on someone’s behalf, they’ll be trusting you with their login information or console. When a consumer requests Call of Duty playing services on Bidvine, they’ll specify how you’ll play for them.
They can choose to lend you their console or their login information to their PSN or Xbox Live account. Bidvine recommends that consumers ask Call of Duty Pro Player for a copy of their identification or a piece of collateral.
Do you want to hire a Call of Duty Pro Player? Make a free request on Bidvine today!