ESI Job Picks – Find the job for you in esports – December Edition

How do you land that dream job in esports? With the industry growing at an almost alarming rate, there are more roles emerging all the time with more talent across the board required to sustain and continue this growth.

This is where we come in. Each month we will look through a selection of our favourite current jobs over on Hitmarker and share them with you, our readers, in the hope of landing you a career in our wonderful industry.

Fnatic – London, United Kingdom- Ecommerce Product Manager – Full-Time

Fnatic is one of the most well-known brands in esports. The UK based organisation have sides representing them across all manner of titles and can be seen at the finals of most major esports titles, if you want to work in one of the best cities in the world, for one of its most well-known organisations, then this job could be for you.

Do you love ecommerce, have a deep understanding of it, the ability to translate data, live in the UK and love esports? Then Fnatic might just have the job for you. Based in London at the Fnatic HQ, you have the opportunity to work with one of the worlds leading esports organisations and drive the user experience on All while working at an ever growing team of talented esports Fnatics.

You can apply for this job here

Esports Insider – Remote – Esports Business Journalist – Junior – Freelance (Paid)

Esports Insider is a pretty cool place to work if we do say so ourselves, I mean just look at us. So if you want to work for a growing team, based in the UK and remotely with a team who are driven at delivering the best esports events and content going, then you might want to get in touch.

The role primarily entails writing news and features, which can be anything from opinion pieces to interviews. As such we need people who know esports from both a consumer and industry perspective, who are well versed on how the industry is shaped today and its developments across the world. You’ll join the ESI content team group on Discord, and work alongside them as well as the marketing, design and sales teams.

You can apply for this job here

Esportspedia – Remote – Esportspedia Contributor – Junior – Volunteer

We don’t normally include volunteer jobs on the job pick. Whilst they’re an important part of what makes an industry tick, we want to see people get paid work from these articles. That said, Esportspedia and their network of Wiki sites is a lifeblood to the esports community, especially those who work in journalism. In fact, our very own series “What’s on this week” would be much harder to produce in a timely manner if it wasn’t for the work of a site like Esportspedia.

As part of the role, you will work alongside a team of staff to keep the sites Wikis’ updated with the latest info. Esportspedia is looking for volunteers for their Halo, Call of Duty, Smite, League of legends and Collegiate Wiki pages’. The role will require you to be an active participant in the Discord, talk to your manager and have a passion to take the initiative. While the role is unpaid, Esportspedia does have rewards for long-term commitment and weekly/monthly ‘best contributor’ award.

You can apply for this job here

That wraps up this month’s list and brings to a close 2018. Check back in the first week of 2019 for another set of amazing esports jobs and/or head over to