Are you a designer, and/or illustrator? Are you interested in creating art for mobile games?

With up to $4,000 in total cash winnings, the Gamsole design challenge was created to reveal and reward the best talent in graphic design and illustration.

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Gamsole is a Nigerian-born mobile game production company that makes casual games that are fun to play. Each game offers an imaginative and irresistibly fun gameplay experience that appeal to gamers of all age groups.

We have taken advantage of the growth of the Windows Phone platform in 24 countries where it is more popular than the iOS platform. In just 6 months of launching our games on the Windows Phone Store, over 3 million players worldwide downloaded and fell in love with our addictive gameplay experience.

Today, total downloads of Gamsole game titles stand at over 9 million.

What does it mean to be a part of Gamsole? At Gamsole, we are not just a team. We are family. If you join us, you can expect to make friends, work in small teams with lots of independence and ownership that will allow you build great games. You will hone your skills, earn more responsibility, make hit games, and ultimately build an awesome career at one of the most innovative gaming companies in Africa.

Think you’ve got what it takes? Then, apply here. The competition starts now. Deadline for submissions is the 23rd of November, 2014. We can’t wait to see the stuff you are made of.

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