Sportsdata AG, a brand of Sportradar, is offering an interesting job for acquired sports fans in a freelancer position. The job requires successful candidates to attend sports venues for gathering sports statistics, delivering them in real time. The sports available include football, rugby, cricket, basketball and ice hockey.
The data collection will be done from venue therefore we seek applicants from all across the UK. Applicants need to begin in an unpaid simulated training environment until he/she proves capable of scouting an event due to our quality requirements. The training requires the applicant to cover an online match as if they were covering from the venue. Training takes 1-2 attempts depending on level of sport knowledge.
We pay 45 pounds per match (minimum) covered, and the expenses to get to and from the venue (Transport & Tickets)
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