Playing Pokemon GO is already an overwhelming feeling to experience. But of course, players can't deny the fact that it can sometimes interfere with their personal commitments like family and work, among others. Well, what if playing the hit augmented reality mobile game can be used as a source of income? Believe it or not, it's actually possible.
According to Otakukart, a Singapore-based company is said to be hiring Pokemon GO trainers in. The job post was originally advertised in Funzing.com, which is a well-known online marketplace. And yes, a player by the name of Ivy Lim was the first person to be hired as a Pokemon Master.
Lim, 22, was selected from thousands of Pokemon GO candidates who applied for the position. And take note: it's not a mediocre gig or whatsoever -- she is said to be earning a whopping $1000 per month. Her job? Well, it's pretty simple: catch Pokemon and train other players on a daily basis for three straight months.
At first, Lim didn't expect that such Pokemon GO job exists -- let alone the Pokemon Master position. As of this writing, she's a trainer at Level 23 and have so far caught 121 creatures. Nevertheless, she plans to double the figures as soon as her job officially starts. Part of her role is to teach tips, secrets and other stuff that will help players on their journey towards becoming the very best.
For Pokemon GO players who are interested to train under Lim's umbrella, they can simply get in touch with her via Funzing's site. In one way or another, this could bring the trend up once again. It should be noted that the whole craze has declined following a decreased in the player pool of over 10 million.
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