You can earn £20 an hour to play video games – and you’ll get a free console

Sometimes working the nine to five can get tiring.

And, we all want to work in our dream jobs, but they’re more than a little hard to come by a lot of the time.

Unless you’re extremely lucky that is…

But, if your favourite thing to do after a long day at work is hook up your Playstation or Xbox and start gaming then you may be about to become one of the lucky people!

One company is looking to recruit someone to play video games from their bed in a new job role.

Happy Beds is searching for a video game tester – and will supply a gaming bed, gaming console and games to the successful applicant.

The chosen person will be paid £20 an hour over a three-month contract to play games from their bed and review them.

They can also choose three games of their choice with a combined value of £150.

The employee will need to play for at least two hours a week and complete 24 hours total over the summer period.

To get an idea of people’s gaming habits, Happy Beds is asking employees to complete a review of the bed itself.

They’ll also need to send a photo or video of their gaming set up and fill out some questionnaires.

Anyone who wants to be chosen must be over 18 (sorry kids) and allowed to work in the UK.

Applications must be submitted by June 29, reports the Metro.

The bed company has emphasised that applicants should love gaming and have the time to dedicate to the research.

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And, they need the space to fit a gaming bed in their room.

The work is flexible though which means its perfect for fitting around work or as a summer gig.

James Flynn, website merchandiser at Happy Beds, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for a UK gamer to get paid for doing what they love: gaming.

“This role will help Happy Beds to understand the needs of consumers and how effective our products can be for video gamers in terms of hitting their gaming goals, helping with comfort and storing everything that a gamer needs from consoles to controllers.

“If I wasn’t already employed by Happy Beds, I’d be applying.”

You can apply here.

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