This is a paid, remote freelance gig, not a full-time position. However, we tend to count on specialists to handle categories of coverage for us—if you can write killer copy about keyboards, you could end up being Next Gaming's dedicated Keyboard Person, writing dozens of articles just on that topic.
You can be based anywhere - there is no location nor office requirement. We're particularly interested in reviewers—folks who can take a product and evaluate its design and performance relative to other products in the category.
- Professional writing experience. You should have some writing samples that illustrate you can write about hardware or tech. Can you make clockspeeds and mechanical keyboard switches interesting to people who don't care about them?
- Technical know-how. You don't need a computer engineering degree, but we'd expect our contributors to have excellent knowledge on the components they're covering.
- Reliability. Can you work independently, anticipate the needs of our readers, and hit every deadline?
Questions? Talk with us in the comments, or see what other folks have had answered below.