Join The B3 Team
At B3 we believe in games of all shapes and sizes, and we believe that interactive media — be that video games or board games — is the best type of media out there. That’s why we got started highlighting and reviewing video games back in 2016.
Video games are created by a whole range of people, for a whole range of reasons. If you can respect a game for the time that’s been spent on it, the idea behind it, and the effort that has gone into it (even if you are not the target audience) then you’re a perfect fit for B3.
We are looking for enthusiastic writers to populate the beautiful depths of B3. Whichever role(s) you undertake, we’re eager to give you a platform on which to showcase your work. In return, we can offer you editing and feedback on your work, as well as a persisting portfolio — even if you haven’t had much experience we can lend a helping hand.
B3 Contributors have gone on to work for websites like Rock, Paper, Shotgun, IGN Italia, Pocket Gamer, TheGamer and more. Members of our team have also worked on games such as Timberborn, These Doomed Isles and Core Keeper.
At the moment the site is running light adverts (two blocks) and affiliate links which go toward paying for our hosting and site upkeep. We are not running at a profit, and, as such cannot pay for articles. That said, review games are -of course- retained by the reviewers, and we intend to switch to a system where we can pay as soon as the site is large enough to support a friendly, alternative method of raising funds.
We don’t expect you to pull up roots to work with us. The current team is littered over the world and communicates mainly over the internet; after all, this is an online age and an online platform. There’s almost always a member of the team around for a chat, or to give you some help with anything you’re stuck with.
This role is perfect for somebody looking to move into a journalistic, games industry, or writing-based career; opportunities to develop your creative writing, industry knowledge, and interview and conversational technique will be rife — should you so wish.
We are trying to build a tightly-knit group of contributors who talk to each other, trust each other, and game with each other. With that in place, there are no limits as to how far we could grow. And, hopefully, we’ll one day be able to pay back with more than respect and the odd free game.
Interested? Then drop us an email at [email protected] with an example of your work.
If you wish to create something fresh then write up a review [800+ words] or a preview [600+ words] (Don’t worry about adding images) and we’ll get back to you ASAP.
We look forward to hearing from you.