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Are you an aspiring, established, or hopeful journalist? Are you interested in reporting on news in a clear and neutral fashion first, separating your opinion from the events? Can you use your experiences to outline why a game stands out, and critically examine how it plays? What about your opinions? Can you present them in a clear and balanced manner, using the facts and evidence to support your arguments? If so, you may be a great fit at TechRaptor.

TechRaptor is always seeking new and talented writers and content creators (video) to join our team and grow themselves right alongside the site.


TechRaptor Staff Writer

TechRaptor Staff Writers are given the freedom to cover the topics, and type (news/review/other) that they wish to cover. You’ll be expected to follow our guidelines, ethics policies, and work with the team to present quality content to our readers, as well as conduct yourself in a professional manner in all public spaces - including social media.

What can you expect from this position?

You’ll be expected to be a self-starter in most cases, although should you wish to receive assignments, our editors are happy to do so. TechRaptor has a bot-based news claiming system to suggest story ideas, as well as a central location for feature and opinion ideas to get you going on something new, but you’ll be picking and choosing what you want to do and when you want to do it unless you ask an editor to give you something.


For News - You’ll be expected to write a minimum of 300 words, with no copy-pasted material from press releases.

For Reviews - You’ll be expected to write a minimum of 750 words, and present proof to the Reviews Editor that the game was completed. The majority of games will be provided to you.


All other pieces have varying requirements and minimums assigned to them - should you join the team, these will be made clear.

Other Requirements:

Monthly Minimum - In order to remain an Active Writer at TechRaptor, Staff Writers must maintain a 5 article per month minimum, with the added requirement that this must be done 2 out of 3 months of each quarter. Should an Active Writer miss the 5 article minimum once in a quarter, managers will reach out to see how we can help or if anything is needed, and if two of three months are missed - the Staff Writer in question may be removed from the team.

Real Name & Picture - You will be required to use your real name & a picture. There are no exceptions to this rule.

Signed Contract - You'll be required to sign a contract before joining the team.


What’s the pay?

This is a paid position - Staff are paid per-article/video. That pay is sent directly to your bank account 24 hours after publish (1 week for Non-US). Should you apply and be accepted, you'll be given all the rates to decide if you'd like to move forward.

TechRaptor’s pay is ever-changing, and we’ve raise pay 5 times in the last 12 months. Expect that to continue.

What specializations is TechRaptor in need of?

Tabletop Gaming - TechRaptor has formed some great working relationships with tabletop gaming developers all over the world, and with the frequent releases of new games, it’s hard to keep up with them. If you’re a tabletop gamer, we’re looking for people who can write at least a review or two a month. This includes: board games, card games, miniature games and RPGs.

General News Correspondent - News is a never-ending stream, and we could use more of it. If you’re able to create news articles, and a lot of them - let us know.


Japanese Gaming Specialist - If you’re interested in Japanese games and the news surrounding them, let us know.

Video Content Creators - While we’re only just over 4,100 YouTube Subscribers and 600,000 views, we’re looking for more video creators to help us grow our channel through news, opinion, review, and analytical videos.

What’s the culture like?

As a company, TechRaptor is dedicated to listening to staff, and lifting each other up. We believe that every piece of feedback is valuable, and as such has implemented a system to allow staff to anonymously respond to surveys, and offer suggestions without any worry. You can choose to attach your name to replies, but if you want to be anonymous - the editorial team has no way of "revealing" who you are, in the spirit of allowing true anonymous feedback.

In addition, we want TechRaptor's company culture to be open, inviting, transparent, and positive. While transparency and openness are handled by our policies of sharing almost everything, including financial information, positivity is best spread throughout the team. Which is why we have a slack bot specifically for praising and cheering each other on!

How to Apply:

Please Follow These Instructions. Failure to do so will result in instant denial of your application.

  1. (Required) Submit a news article on one of these topics (Note: 300 Word Minimum):
    1. Pokemon Masters Catches $33 Million Globally in Its First Month // Source:
    2. ESO Charity Initiative to Save Cats and Other Pets Kicks Off with Connected In-Game Events and Quests #SlayDragonsSaveCats // Source:
    3. WizKids Announces Sidereal Confluence: Remastered Edition // Source:
  2. (Required) Submit 1 Review, Opinion, Feature, or Interview Piece.
  3. (Optional) Submit 1 Video You’ve Created
  4. (Required) Your Real Name
  5. (Required) A GMail address if you are not applying via one.
  6. (Preferred) Links to your social media profiles

Send e-mail to apply[at] with the above to apply.

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How the process works:

  1. You apply.
  2. The editorial team reviews and discusses your application.
  3. You will receive an e-mail with acceptance or denial.
  4. If accepted, you will receive further questions & a document with how TechRaptor’s pay is laid out. From there, we will proceed until your accounts have been setup and you’re a full member of the team.