Online sports betting operator Titan Bet has begun a search for its World Cup 2014 correspondent. One lucky person will be flown to Brazil to cover the biggest football tournament in the world. The operator launched its ‘Best Job in the World Campaign’ through social media campaigns in order to find a special reporter to cover Titan Bet reporting for World Cup 2014.
The candidate who earns the world’s best job will be handed return flights to South America, hotel accommodation, and a month’s salary of £4,000. They’ll also be given travel expenses within the country and a whole host of other goodies as they jet from city to city, taking in the sights and sounds of the month-long sporting carnival.In return, the lucky employee will write blogs and tweets from the games themselves, including the semi-final and the final.
Titan Bet spokesperson Robin Becker said: “Brazil is the only place to be this summer and we’re sure we’ll be inundated with offers from people wanting to join the team.What soccer supporter could refuse an all-expenses paid trip to the heart of the action with sunshine and soccer on the menu for a whole month?”
To help its recruitment drive, Titan Bet has enlisted the help of former Arsenal Midfielder – Ray Parlour, known as the Romford Pele. Ray Parlour will aid the bookmaker in their selection of the candidate, as Titan Bet looks to land its hot shot reporter for Brazil 2014. The bookmaker launched the below video campaign to increase coverage for the campaign
All applicants need to do is create an entertaining video of one minute or less duration explaining why they should be given the dream job. After signing up to www.titanbet.com and liking the bookie’s Facebook page they then submit their video and cross their fingers that they get the call. Videos should be original, entertaining, and show off the candidate’s presentation skills. Applications will be accepted until May 28th when the new employee will be decided upon by a Titan Bet panel.