How much I can expect to earn?
For one match you will earn 35-120€ (+2€ for internet expenses) + expenses.
North America: American football 120€ all other sports 80€
South America: 35-50€
Europe: 35-50€, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland 75€
Will I get a contract?
Can I get a VISA?
Will you cover the accommodation costs?
For the regular matches company will not cover accommodation costs.
What sports do you cover?
The main sports are soccer, basketball, American football, ice hockey, baseball, handball, volleyball and rugby.
There is also a possibility to cover tournaments for sports like tennis, badminton, beach volleyball and etc.
Can I choose sport on my own or you will pick one for me?
Is it hard to pass a training?
Will I get any help during the training process?
Do you assign matches or how does it work?
How I can contact you?
You can contact us by email, phone or Skype.
During the training process, we’ll be using Skype, therefore, all applicants are expected to have it as well.
How much does it cost to become a data journalist?
All training process is for free and there are no hidden fees.
Do I need a car for this job?
Will you be payed for the training period?
How fast can I expect to pass the training?
How many matches a month I can expect to cover?
It depends on your location and how many different training programs (e.g. football, basketball, ice-hockey) you have passed. It can be from 10 to 20 (or even more) matches per month.
Do I have to pay for transportation and stadium tickets?
Yes, you will have to pay, but you will get these expenses reimbursed once you send an invoice. To some of the tournaments (NBA, NHL) our partners will provide accreditations, therefore, entrance to the stadiums would be free.
Can I work in different countries or only the one I live in?
How exactly will I get paid?
How I will collect statistical data?
How far I will have to travel?
Is it a full-time job?
It’s not, but if you will cover 30-40 matches it can be considered as a full-time job.
What leagues you cover?
The company covers various leagues from professional to semi-professional.
For example in the USA:
- Basketball: NBA, WNBA, D-League, NCAA
- Ice Hockey: NHL, AHL, EHL, NCAA
- American football: College, XFL
- Volleyball: NCAA
- Soccer: MLS, NCAA, ASL
- Baseball: MiLB