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Perhaps you've noticed that there are a lot of computer games. And there are even more things happening in those games: patches, changes to the meta, weird bugs, fan outcry, insane backflip no-scope headshots, and Easter eggs, to name a few. How did the most recent Destiny 2 expansion shake things up? Who's OP in Overwatch now? What crazy scheme are EVE Online players cooking up?

We rely on experts in and outside of our team to help us tell the stories of what's happening in the biggest PC games. And we'd love to find a few more experienced freelance writers who know a ton about one or more popular PC games to pitch in. Is that you? Read on.

You should probably be:

  1. An experienced writer who can write great, conversational and informative stories, guides, or reporting
  2. An expert on one or more popular games, hardware components, or areas of PC gaming
  3. Eager to publish something about one of these games that most PC gamers need to read
  4. Reliable, communicative, and a legend at receiving feedback

We're very interested in expert contributors on the following games. We're also looking for folks who can contribute great, detailed guides on any of these games—let us know if that's you.

  • PUBG
  • Terraria
  • Football Manager 2020
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
  • Final Fantasy XIV
  • WoW Classic
  • Roblox
  • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
  • Warframe
  • CS:GO
  • Fallout mods
  • GTA mods

If you aren't able to contribute expert insight on one of the above games and/or their communities, we probably don't have work for you right now. Check back in the future for more updates to this page, as our needs change over time. For a list of our favorite stuff we've published, check the Best Of page.

To apply, fill out this convenient form

We'll get back to as many people as possible that we're interested in, but please understand that we receive more applications than we can individually respond to. 

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