If you have any questions that aren’t mentioned here, please feel free to leave me a comment below or email me!
Where do you work?
I’m currently a freelance writer and streamer, working from home. I used to work for Riot Games as a Development Manager, and previously as a Content Writer, Community Manager, and Game Master for various games companies in Dublin, Ireland.
How do I get a job in the games industry?
Check out my post series, Working in Games, for tips and tricks on how to get a job in the games industry.
What was it like working for a games company?
Working for a games company is amazing, because it combines my favourite hobby, and something I consider a lifestyle, with a challenging work environment. Did I spring out of bed in the morning excited to go to work? No. It didn’t work miracles and make me a magical morning person! But I did go home from work with a smile on my face, feeling motivated and like I did something good. In short, yes, I loved working in the games industry, and my former job, and all the people I’ve met through my career.
Do you accept review requests from companies?
Depending on the request, I’ll always consider it. My main requirement is that the game or product is relevant to the blog. If you’re interested in me reviewing your product or game, please email me with as much information as possible.
Do you accept sponsor requests such as sponsored links in posts or working with brands on a sponsored post?
I will gladly consider adding a sponsored link in one of my posts. Get in touch so we can discuss it. I’m also happy to discuss sponsored posts. I prefer to write content myself on my blog, but depending on the post I’m open to negotiating on this.
How do we know if your review or post was sponsored/requested?
I’ll always insert a disclaimer into a sponsored post. If an item was sent to me for a review, or an entire post is sponsored, I will signify this with a note at the end of the post, and an asterisk (*) at the end of the subject. If I add a sponsored link to a post, I will add an asterisk (*) to the end of the link so you can tell.