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Post Get Paid To Beta Test Video Games   Wed Sep 08, 2010 3:22 am

Professional Gamer, Tony "T Dub" Sanders, Reveals...

"How I Made A Killing Online Of Over

$8,741.20 Per Month Wasting Time Playing

Video Games All Day. . .

Or... "How
You Can Play Your Favourite Video Games Every Day Of The Week, And Get
Paid Handsomely For It, Even If You Have No College Education And No
Prior Experi

From: Tony “T Dub” Sanders
Date: //

Dear Fellow Gamer,

you can spend 3-4 hours a day playing videos games, then I can show you
how you can let those bills pay itself while you have some serious fun.

My name is T.S. Sanders, my friends call
me"T Dub"… And for the last few years I've been paid by some of the
biggest game publishers to play their newest game titles.

It was a career I never thought existed, so
incredible that most of my friends didn't believe me when I explained
what I did for a living. Some still don't.

But I'm getting ahead of myself...

Bear with me because 30 minutes from now, after I tell you what I know, you can start making $15 an hour (or even more) playing videos games. So let me explain how this works.

WARNING: Be Careful Who You

Take Advice From

There are plenty of people out to cheat your hard earned money.

Last time I searched on google, there are more than 46,300,000 sites on the internet claiming to teach you how to make cash money playing video games online. Be very careful of those offers because I was burned by all them them when I got started.

First, there are websites promising $135 per hour job
offers in the video game industry. After signing up for a few of them
for $9.97 - $197.00 each (I was gullible then), I received only a
handful of job offers over a period of 9 months. Worse still, they NEVER honor their refund policy, shut down their sites, and disappeared with my money cash.

Next, there are self-appointed
"industry insiders" who claim to have connections with hiring managers
for game development companies. Pay them an upfront fee and a
percentage of your salary, and they'll give you a job. Even today, I never had to pay them their commission because they flee quickly once they have my money cash.

Then, there are membership sites giving dangerous advice on how to play games forcash money. You pay them $47 for the some information you can find readily available on the internet, and before you know it, your credit card gets charged $47 every month for your "membership privileges".

My advice: When you see offers
like that online, shut down your browser window and run for your life.
Personally, I will NEVER touch another offer like that with an 11 foot
pole even if I'm paid to do so. I believe you should never pay anyone
to work in a job.

There is, however, a genuine and fully legal way to earn cash money
playing video games. In fact, most people don't even know this industry
is fully backed by reputable game publishing companies, and I have
relied on them to finance my expensive game addiction for years.

All My Friends Laughed At Me:

"You Get Paid To Waste Time All Day?!"

That's right.

If this sounds too good to be true, I don't blame you. I used to think the same way too.

“There's no way someone will give me money cash to rest on my bum and play games all day,” Well, guess what?

They already have.

And I have the proof. My own career took off from
nothing when I learned the secrets I'm about to share with you.

When I got started, I was making only $8 an hour at a local video rental shop. My income jumped
to $30 an hour testing the newest games for a video game developer.
With only 25 hours a week, I was making $750 a week – that's more than double of what I used to make working 40 hours a week!

By the end of the
year, I was working a full 40 hour work schedule and making $1200 a
week. I haven't looked back since.

I'm talking about beta game testing.

The Industry's Best Kept Secret To

Living The Ultimate Gamer's Lifestyle

That Most Gamers Will Kill For. . .

So here's a big clue for you...

It's no secret that programmers make
mistakes. After all, you've probably played a game or two that was a
little buggy. Just log in to your favorite MMORPG right after a major
patch or upgrade. It's full of glitches and bugs.

What you probably don't know is:
These big house game publishers bleed cash when a buggy game is
released on launch day. It takes only one bad review from any forum,
blog, website, or game magazine to make sales plummet down the charts.
And with the internet, bad news spreads fast.

Just imagined how much money cash Blizzard Entertainment lost when they cancelled Warcraft Adventures when it was due for release...

Never heard of it? That's because it never released!

As a professional beta game tester, you get paid to point out mistakes
while playing a game! That's the ultimate way to jump into the gaming
industry... drinking a coke, lounging back and flipping through the
newest blockbuster video game for at least $8-$15+ an hour.

With this dream job, not only do I get a piece of the gaming action, I also get...

An Endless Supply Of The Newest, Biggest PS3,

Xbox 360 and PC Games In My Hands For FREE

feels like Christmas everytime I stumble on a new kick-ass game. After
ripping through my "work assignment", I'll pop the DVD in, put my sound
system up high, get some popcorn, and just engage in hours of non-stop
gameplay until my next meal time.

And if you think you'll be testing some kiddy games and cheap shareware on the Internet, you're wrong!

I'm talking about the biggest new console and PC games out there, released each year by the big boys... EA, Activision, Acclaim, Nintendo, Blizzard and hundreds more. These guys slave away thousand of hours just to make sure they pass your satisfaction test.

Just look at some of the top selling games in 2008 you could have been playing and getting paid for:

Starcraft 2

Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II


Resident Evil 5

Believe it or not, these are the companies you can end up playing games for.

  • Acclaim Games
  • Activision Blizzard
  • Aventurine SA
  • Agetec
  • Akella
  • Alten8
  • Aspyr Media
  • Atari
  • Atlus
  • Bethesda Softworks
  • Big Fish Games
  • Boonty
  • Disney Interactive Studios
  • Bungie
  • Capcom
  • Cdv Software Entertainment
  • City Interactive S.A.
  • Codemasters
  • Conspiracy Entertainment
  • Crave Entertainment
  • Eidos Interactive
  • Deep Silver
  • Destineer
  • Electronic Arts
  • Epic Games

  • First Star Software
  • Funcom
  • Got Game Entertainment
  • Her Interactive
  • Ignition Entertainment
  • Interplay Entertainment
  • inXile Entertainment
  • JoWooD Productions
  • Kemco
  • Konami
  • Legacy Interactive
  • Linux Game Publishing
  • LucasArts
  • Matrix Games
  • Mercury Games
  • Merscom
  • Microïds
  • Microsoft Game Studios
  • Myelin Media
  • Namco Bandai
  • NCSoft
  • Neoact
  • Nintendo
  • O~3 Entertainment
  • Paradox Interactive

  • Phantom EFX
  • PlayFirst
  • Playlogic Entertainment
  • Play Ten Interactive
  • PopCap Games
  • Rising Star Games
  • Sega Sammy
  • Shrapnel Games
  • SNK Playmore
  • Spell Bound
  • Sony Computer Entertainment
  • SouthPeak Interactive
  • Square Enix
  • Stardock
  • Strategy First
  • Take-Two Interactive
  • Tecmo Koei
  • THQ
  • Ubisoft
  • Valusoft
  • Warner Bros. Interactive
  • Xseed Games
  • XS Games
  • Zuxxez Entertainment
  • Zoo Digital Publishing

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