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Esports & Content Creator Coordinator 
Coordinate the MLB The Show Esports & Creator relationships and initiativesSan Diego Studio, maker of MLB The Show, is looking to add a Esports & Community Collaborator Coordinator to our All-Star line-up. 

We are looking for an Esports and Content Creator Coordinator to join our award-winning team.  As part of our team, you will have the opportunity to work with some of the most respected developers in the industry and on some of the most exciting AAA games for PlayStation. 

You will bring passion to the role of Esports & Content Creator Coordinator, collaborating with our community experience and game development teams, creating sonically rich content that pushes the industry quality bar.   


  • Be an integral part of a team that advocates & maintains the vision on behalf of the Esports and Content Creator community, ensuring development priorities are informed based on this input 
  • Communicate directly with Esports players and fans, building strong relationships and maintaining a visible external presence through all internal/external verified communication channels 
  • Develop Content Creator guidelines and expectations in coordination with our Partnership Marketing team 
  • Facilitate creating, planning, and executing Esports & Content Creator facing initiatives, programs, and events, including identifying new platforms and opportunities for relationship expansion 
  • Lead decisions, define goals & set standards for Esports & Content Creator partners, helping to support who becomes part of the programming and maintaining those relationships & guidelines 
  • Collaborate with the studio and content creators to facilitate content production 
  • Overseeing Data & Analytics for Esports & Creator activations, statistics and report results 
  • Build rapport, communicate, monitor, and acknowledge community efforts & build trust through transparency with our Esports & Content Creators 
  • Work with Sony relevant Teams to vet, collaborate, involve and & protect Esports and Content Creators throughout Social & Marketing strategies 
  • Discover & develop new Esports and Content Creator talent that are as diverse as our player base 
  • Create and maintain media kit for Esports & Content Creators 
  • Manage MLB relationships & activations as they pertain to Esports & Content Creator Initiatives 
  • Learn new trends & test new tactics to improve our practices 
  • Maintain professionalism with all Esports & Content Creators 
  • Lead the creation of a Content Creator homepage, write the content, and maintain the space  


  • One or more years of experience managing social media Influencers or third-party partnerships 
  • A passion for video games and gaming communities 
  • A fan of baseball who can talk to and understand other baseball fans 
  • Strong communication skills required 
  • Interpersonal skills – Friendliness and diplomacy 
  • Ability to work as a team for mutual benefit 
  • Understanding the day-to-day needs and emotions of our Esports & Content Creators. 
  • Must solve routine problems effectively and react with appropriate urgency and level-headedness to situations and events that require quick response or turnaround 
  • Organized and self-motivated 
  • Familiarity of video game development 
  • Must be able to define and execute event and promotions strategies in the context of Esports and Content Creators 
  • Experience with effectively allocating resources to ensure completion of plans 
  • Bachelor's Degree in Communications, Marketing, Journalism, or related fields or equivalent work experience 



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