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05.20.05 04:03 PM

Site Programmer/Editor

GGL: Global Gaming League ( is a fast growing website for online videogame enthusiasts. We are undergoing a major upgrade of the news, information and feature content and its presentation on our site. We are looking for a talented editor to oversee this effort for our growing community of 1.3 million gamers.

Job responsibilities include:
Help establish the overall vision for content, coverage and attitude.

Direct and coordinate the layout, display, placement and content generated by GGL.

This information includes news of interest to the videogame demo, reviews, columns, features, postings, ESPN-style video game competition results (recent matches, upsets, etc.), tournament results, streaming media coverage and integrated advertising and sponsorship offerings on the entire site.

Will coordinate and add to contributions from two dozen reporter/editors, broadcasters and GGL League Administrators.

Ability to create own editorial a plus

Helping to identify trends in gaming, online gaming in particular, and ensuring proper coverage

In depth video gaming knowledge highly desirable

Web based experience required (want individual to have knowledge of the technical aspects associated with layout, display of articles and streaming media along with insight into Policy & Procedure issues)

Will work closely with VP of Online Ad Sales and Sr. Management
5 years of pertinent work experience required

About GGL
GGL: Global Gaming League is a worldwide leader in organized competitive online and live video game tournaments and events (V-Sports). GGL services its worldwide community of videogame enthusiasts via its state-of-the-art online gaming network, lead by its destination website, its year-round live videogame events, and by providing a broad array of gaming-oriented services and content of deep interest to video gamers in the U.S. and abroad. Through these offerings, GGL creates an immersive entertainment experience for a rapidly growing community of connected gamers. For more information, visit

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