Love ‘Halo’? Level Up Your Career With These Video Game Gigs

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Do you love jumping into the immersive world of video games, like Red Dead Redemption? Or, do you wish you could star in a video-inspired show, such as Paramount's “Halo” or “Uncharted”? Check out our list of great video game-related casting calls that can help any gamer find their next dream job.

“The Immersive Tavern”

This theatrical experience is looking for talent of all genders, races, and ethnicities, aged 18 and older, to portray NPCs. Talent will interact with audience members as they quest through their own storylines, so improv and acting skills are a necessity. Open auditions are August 29-30, with the show opening in mid-October in Chicago. Pay is $25 per show and schedules are flexible. 

Want this gig? Apply here.

“The Box Killer”

This interactive mobile video game mystery needs talent for several roles. This gig is looking for male talent, aged 18 and older, and nonbinary talent, aged 18 and older, to play the three leading roles. Filming will be done remotely, so talent must have a decent self-recording method or system. Each role pays $150 flat rate. 

Want this gig? Apply here.

Breaking News Reporter (British & Australian)

A new outdoor adventure game is looking for talent to fill two key supporting roles in the trailer. The project is seeking talent of any gender, race, or ethnicity, aged 30–50, with British and Australian accents. Working remotely is an option for talent with access to a green screen, lighting equipment, and self-filming equipment. Filming dates are TBD if in person in the Baltimore or Washington, DC area. $400 for four hours of work is the pay rate.

Want this gig? Apply here.

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