GosuGamers CS:GO Coverage is recruiting

CS:GO Aleksei “Aleksei.L” Louchnikov

Are you a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive fan who wants to maintain one of the richest tournament databases in competitive CS:GO? Apply to become a GosuGamers crew member and start building your connections with the industry today.

About GosuGamers

GosuGamers is an eSports portal mostly specializing in Dota2, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, Counter-Strike and more recently League of Legends and Overwatch. The website was founded in 2002, and in its fourteen year history has evolved into one of the premier outlets for eSports coverage, providing news, featured content, VODs, replays, player and team rankings, matchtickers and in-depth event coverage.

Benefits of being part of the GosuCrew

· Experience and exposure in eSports: GosuGamers is a great place to start your career and be published on a platform that reaches millions of viewers worldwide.

· Contacts with players/team managers and eSports organizations: Build your connections within the industry.

· Be one step ahead of everyone else when it comes to breaking news in the scene.

· A chance to help your local scene grow: CS has been around for a long time and we are always keen to bring the spotlight to new areas and rising stars. If you’re passionate about your local scene, come and tell the world about it!

· Work with friendly, open-minded people with many years’ experience in the industry.

Additionally, we’re always happy to help our outstanding volunteers in their future career steps. We’ll write you a letter of recommendation to reflect the quality of your work, and many crew members have used this opportunity to move on and work for other eSports companies or non-eSports media.

What being part of GosuCrew means/requires?

If you only have the ability to put in a few hours per week to help out with coverage, we can aid you in your development as a content creator. For those with the time and talent to make a significant impact straight away, there is equally the chance to make a name for yourself in one of the fastest-growing media areas globally. While the majority of the GG.net crew members work on voluntary basis, the industry is growing rapidly and our site is the perfect place to begin your journey within it. You will be working with your crew leader closely to coordinate tasks, but most of the time you will set your own tempo, and have the freedom to discover just how far you can go.

Take initiative and assign tasks to yourself: we love people who don’t need to be babysat and ordered around. If you want to write an article about an event – or if you want to help with the ticker by taking care of match data, go for it!

Use Skype and crew forums to communicate with the crew: our team is online most of the time, busy not having lives at all…

What we’re looking for:

We’re currently looking for individuals interested in contributing to our coverage section. Below you will find an outline of your responsibilities as part of the coverage crew.

Coverage crew

1. Handling the matchticker (results, drafts, schedule etc.)

What the members part of the coverage crew do is updating our matchticker with dates/times of upcoming matches, update results and brackets, and adding drafts to our match pages. Other related tasks are updating rosters and streams.

In order to do this, you will be working with our tournament platform where we register and keep track of events. Put simply, you will be using the information in our database as well as adding to it, but there is no need to know anything about databases or web programming. The tasks consist of selecting names from drop lists and entering dates/times/names. Mostly it would require you to watch and follow games played in order to find the results and drafts. You would also need to know a little bit about the competitive scene in order to be familiar with the teams and players.

2. Handling VODs

Adding VODS to our database (linking from YouTube, Twitch etc). In order to do this, you will be working with our tournament platform where we register and keep track of VODS

3. Moderators

Our community also needs some managing, as even within the best groups there are always people violating the codes of conduct by bad-mouthing, spamming or advertising at our forums and our comment sections. Moderators are also around to help stimulate discussion about various topics.

Send your application to [email protected] with the position you apply for in the title of the e-mail and with the following details the body:

  • Name:
  • Section you're applying for:
  • Location/Time zone:
  • Active work hours:
  • How many hours do you expect to dedicate to GG.net weekly:
  • Your Skype account where we can reach you:

Looking forward to reading your application!

Aleksei “Aleksei.L” Louchnikov
<p>Former CS:GO Section Editorial Lead at GosuGamers.net. Contact - @Aleksei_Lushni/[email protected]</p>


  • Nick "PNickM" Morrison ,
    Would volunteers still be allowed to take part in the free GoSu betting?
    • Victor "everlast" Martyn ,
      Hi, The answer is yes, but at the same time please note that any crew member who wins prizes in our gosubet competitions that are run as "for fun" contests would be placed under 10x more scruitiny than regular members to ensure no unfair advantage has been gained.


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