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Communications Coordinator

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About Us

Sweaty Chair Studio is an indie mobile game developer, having the vision to create fun games that differentiate from the market. We came from various specialized fields such as digital arts, game design, and web development.

We have made a verity of games that having 3 million accumulative downloads all over the world. Our games are constantly featured in the App Store and Google Play. One of our games is also selected to be one of the 100 games launched with Apple Arcade.

Having the increasing growth of users, we are looking for someone that can drive the player community as well as promoting our products to the next level. We now have the opportunity for a talented digital marketing & community management intern to join us in our Parramatta CBD office and temporarily work remotely.


- Manage social media and game forums (E.g. Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Indie DB, etc), including produce content for posts, reply to reviews, and provide feedback to the technical team.
- Community building and maintaining, plan regular online community events to scale up the user base, and increase players’ loyalty.
- Looking for KOL and more channels to co-promote games.
- Working with data analysts to deliver weekly reports of game performance, and refine marketing operations to get better results.


- The candidate must be game-addicted.
- High level of communication and writing skills, is willing to communicate with game users, and provides timely user service.
- Skills in photo processing, video editing, and content writing is a must.
- The candidate must be available two days per week.

Additional Qualifications:

- Background in marketing or 1-year social media marketing experience.
- Strong proficiencies with Photoshop and video editing software.
- Strong eye for creative design.
- Good understanding of data and being able to provide analytical suggestions.

Skilled interns will be considered promoting the paid causal position after probation. We also welcome any local and international student that wants to develop a career path in the gaming industry.

Please apply by sending your CV, a cover letter telling us why you want to work with us and how you meet the requirements along with a small portfolio sample of your work.


Riot Games was established in 2006 by entrepreneurial gamers who believe that player-focused game development can result in great games. In 2009, Riot released its debut title League of Legends to critical and player acclaim. As the most played PC game in the world, over 32 million play every month. Players form the foundation of our community and it’s for them that we continue to evolve and improve the League of Legends experience.

We’re looking for humble but ambitious, razor-sharp professionals who can teach us a thing or two. We promise to return the favor. Like us, you take play seriously; you’re passionate about games. We embrace those who see things differently, aren’t afraid to experiment, and who have a healthy disregard for constraints.

That’s where you come in.

As Esports Coordinator, you’ll helm one of the largest community tournament programs in Oceania and provide League of Legends players with pro-level competitive experiences. You’ll combine your advanced knowledge of tournament structures with your unwavering passion for competitive LoL to shatter players’ expectations about what it means to compete in a community tournament. With a focus on continuously improving tournament programs, you’ll comb through community metrics and track trends to bring higher-caliber competition to the Oceanic scene.

As a Sydney Rioter, you’ll join a small team that shares our focus on player experience, rejection of convention and maniacal passion for gaming. With teams in Community, Esports and Marketing, Riot Games Sydney will create bonzer player experiences in and around League of Legends.


  • Experienced and educated: you’ve spent at least 2 years manning the helm of an Esports team or community website and backed up your on-the-job experience with a BA or BS degree; any experience you’ve gained working with content management systems is a plus
  • An advanced organizer: whether you’ve run a collegiate championship or built the brackets for a national qualifier, you’ve learned the ins and outs of planning tournaments and have gained a deep understanding of a variety of competitive formats
  • Results-oriented and driven: you’re more unstoppable than an elite Demacian commando, completing tasks by doing whatever it takes to get the job done; you don’t wait around for others to give you marching orders before taking action
  • Crazy for LoL: your passion for League of Legends goes way beyond the game; you know your Snoopehs from your Doublelifts and you meticulously follow every pro match, tournament and team to keep current with the LoL competitive scene


  • Manage and facilitate a community tournament program that supports hundreds of third-party tournament organizers in Oceania
  • Build new, lasting bonds with partners while managing and fortifying existing relationships
  • Coordinate tournament and event coverage with Web Content teams and third-party partners
  • Analyze tournament metrics and share your findings with other regions to aid in decision-making and improve the quality of their tournaments

Click the apply button (in the related link) and don’t forget to include a resume and cover letter. We receive a lot of applications, but we’ll notice a fun, well-written intro that shows us you take play seriously. Please also include Esports Coordinator (Oceania) | Your Name in the subject line.


- Full time position
- Dynamic team environment
- Immediate start

Academy of Interactive Entertainment, Australia's leading provider of education for game development and 3D animation is seeking an energetic 'people' person to manage our marketing and communications in Sydney and Canberra. This is a new position. You will be responsible for planning and implementing marketing strategy, managing events and functions, liaising with media, prospective students and various education partners.

The ideal candidate will have:

- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
- Be highly organised and thrive on challenges in a dynamic environment
- Have relevant experience or qualifications in marketing or communications
- Be able to form and build relationships with key industry, education and media contacts

- Knowledge of MS Office applications (Word, Excel) and email
- Knowledge of the Australian Vocational Education system and the AQF
- Commitment to quality assurance
- Graphic design awareness
- Interest in computer games and 3d animation
- Current drivers license and access to a vehicle

Expressions of Interest, addressing the above criteria, and c.v. material should be sent to Ian Gibson, CEO (

Phone enquiries to Neil Boyd 02-61625131

Salary Negotiable.

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