A site connecting customers with local service professionals is now offering struggling gamers the chance to hire Professional Coaches. The service will be launching across all gaming platforms, with an initial focus on Call of Duty WW2, expanding soon to FIFA, Battlefront, Forza and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The site is also recruiting members of the public with a keen interest in the game to provide Professional Call of Duty Coaching services to other players in need of improvement.
An online local services marketplace has partnered with a number of top gamers to offer the UK’s first Professional Coaching service for gamers. The service is aimed at gamers who want to improve their overall ability within games and gain guidance from some of the best gamers in the UK.
Gaming enthusiasts from across the UK can book a Professional Coach by visiting Bidvine.com’s search page here: https://www.bidvine.com/blog/hire-a-call-of-duty-ww2-coach/
The service is launching after the success of Bidvine.com’s Call of Duty Pro Players service, which saw thousands of requests for Pro Players through the site, as well as nearly 1,500 sign ups from Pro Players.
Customers will be asked specific questions related to the particular areas of the game they’d like assistance with and/or how they feel a coach can best help them. There will also be an option for the Pro Coaches to spectate matches and provide real-time, in-play advice to players.
The Professional Coaching service is launching across all gaming platforms, starting with Call of Duty WW2, the most recent game from the COD franchise. Bidvine.com plans to roll the service out across all games in the coming months, and is currently developing the service for FIFA, Battlefront, Forza and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The company is also asking the public to vote on which games should be rolled out next.
Members of the public can also sign up as Professional Coaches here: https://www.bidvine.com/blog/become-a-call-of-duty-coach/
Anyone that signs up to become a Professional Coach will be required to provide proof of their level and ability before being eligible to earn. Players can expect to earn around £15 per hour of gameplay. They will also need to provide a photo ID, have a working PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or a gaming PC, and a strong wireless connection.
Members of the public will be able to request quotes from approved Professional Coaches, who will add the customer as a PSN or Xbox Live friend and game alongside them to offer support. It’s expected quotes will be around £15 p/h, but as with all Bidvine.com professionals, quotes are individual and may vary based on the types of goals set/training required.
The COD franchise’s most recent release, Call of Duty WW2, has been a global success since its release on November 13th 2017, with Activision revealing that it had sales upwards of $500m worldwide during its opening weekend.
Bidvine.com is an online local services marketplace where members of the public can ask local service professionals to bid for work. Professionals include photographers, personal trainers, dance teachers, caterers, language tutors, builders, and hairdressers – among others.
Russ Morgan, Bidvine.com co-founder, said,
“After the success of our Call of Duty Pro Players service, we decided we wanted to take it to the next level for gamers looking to improve – regardless of what game they want to get better at! We’re starting with Call of Duty WW2 because we’ve already got thousands of Pro Players signed up who have gauged interest in becoming Pro Coaches as well, but we’re looking to have the service rolled out across all games in the coming months.
“We know what it’s like when you’re playing a game and have that one friend who’s slightly better than everyone else, and we want to help the less gifted gamers out there. There are thousands of games for us to choose from which is why we want the public to tell us which they’d like the service launched for next.”