We’re Looking For Freelance News Writers!

We’re looking for freelance news writers to join us at Rice Digital! We’re looking for people with a passion for video games and/or anime, and someone who can have a bit of fun! You need to be up to date with the all the latest video game and anime news!

Are you interested in joining the team? Simply apply following the instructions below, and we’d love to have an informal chat with you, where you can ask any questions and we can give you more details.

[UK Applicants only!]

How To Apply

Email [email protected] and answer the following:

  1. Where do you get your video game news?
  2. Could they improve or innovate in any way?
  3. Please send some links to previous relevant written work – ideally news pieces!
  4. Please link your Twitter/Blog/YT if you have one!
  5. Which role (see below) are you interested in?

Please use the subject line ‘[YOUR NAME] – Rice Digital News Freelancer’

What We Expect Of You

We’re looking to take on two news freelancers:

  1. 80 news pieces per month – Ideally split to around 20 pieces per week.
  2. 20 news pieces per month – Ideally split to around 5 pieces per week.

Both roles would be only be expected to post news on a weekday. We’re also not expecting you to write essays, we’re simply looking for concise information, with a bit of personality that our readers expect.

About Us

We focus on Asian video games and anime, and whilst we do cover a lot of news, we like to have a bit of fun at the same time. We’re happy to get weird and a little bit crazy, and we like to scour the web for really strange things that we think our audience will find hilarious. When we’re not being silly, we like to write actual, serious reviews and opinion pieces. 

About You

If you think you have a nose for scouring the web for the latest Asian gaming or anime news, and can write in a professional (and sometimes cheeky) manner, we can’t wait to hear from you!

You will be paid on a monthly retainer basis. More details on this will be discussed during the application process.

If you don’t hear back from us, don’t worry – we’ll be keeping a record of every applicant for future opportunities, and we’ll be in touch.

Pete Davison
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