Navy eSports team Goats and Glory plays different games such as League of Legends, Halo: Infinite, Valorant, Call of Duty: Warzone, World of Warships, Rocket League, World of Warcraft, Street Fighters, Counter Strike Global Offensive, and Surveillance. For sailors who love games, there are Navy jobs available now.
Goats and Glory is currently recruiting new sailors. The Navy uses it as a way to connect with potential high school and college recruits. By interacting with potential sailors online and in gaming venues, the Navy Esports team contributes greatly to NRC’s multi-faceted outreach strategy.
What will this work encompass?
Those who will be selected will have to train, broadcast their games live and participate in and organize tournaments.
Aaron Jones, Navy ESports Division Manager, explained it, saying, “(A) big part of the esports team is (being) the face of the Navy. There are a lot of risks inherent in this. There is a lot of training going on. He added, “So a lot of it is about playing video games, practicing video games, or setting up events where we can play or practice video games. It’s not a bad life. And it’s all about awareness.
The Goats and Glory team hosts tournaments for high schools and colleges as part of their outreach efforts. The team will also play against other military esports teams in scrums. The position is considered a special assignment. He needs a permanent move to Memphis, where the esports team has its own facilities.
Procedure for the tests
- Applicants should focus on Halo: Infinite, League of Legends, Valorant, Call of Duty: Warzone, and Rocket League throughout the trials to join the team.
- Sailors must indicate their rank in each of the games as part of their application. The esports team will choose 100 candidates from the applications and they will compete in a five-match tournament over three days.
- A series of interviews will be conducted with around thirty players.
- The 30 players will then be ranked and placed by the esports team, who will then work with retailers to choose the sailors.
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