GameStop is giving its employees the chance to work overtime on Black Friday if they send the winning TikTok.
GameStop will reward an employee overtime on Black Friday if they submit the winning TikTok dance challenge video.
Sponsored by Incisiv, a digital transformation consulting firm, employees have to perform the following jumps themselves to win. The contest has started yesterday and employees can submit TikTok until tomorrow. Voting will take place on November 5, and the video with the most votes will win an Echo 8, Echo Auto, $ 100 VISA gift card, and 10 additional hours of labor to use during Black Friday. Winning staff will be announced on November 6.
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Here are instructions for submitting:
• Open TikTok and click the + sign at the bottom of the screen.
• Search for “redwinechallenge” and find the video with the song / challenge
• Click the track switch panel in the bottom right corner
• Click the “Use this sound” record button at the bottom
• Record your videos!
• Click the red check mark to start editing your video.
• After you’ve finished editing your video, click Next.
• Upload your video to YouTube or Instagram. This is the link you will need to send to the woobox.
The Incisiv TikTok Dance Challenge is one of the many contests GameStop has run over the past few weeks, including Watch Dog: Legions sales competition, one Fortnite dance-off and an Xbox content sharing contest.
GameStop has had a rough few months, largely due to the pandemic. After going back and forth with closures, the company closed some of its stores. However, reports of unsafe activities have emerged, including asking employees to wrap their hands in plastic bags to deliver curbside orders.
The company had to face hard times even before the virus hit the US, as it struggled to adapt to the new era of digital gaming. In August last year, the game retailer laid off 120 people, accounting for 14% of their “affiliate base”, including many who work for game magazines. Game information provider. The following month, GameStop announced it would close 200 stores worldwide after underperforming in the second quarter of 2019. In March of the following year, the company announced it would close another 300 stores, a number already spiked to 450 by September 2020. At the time, GameStop Chief Financial Officer Jim Bell alluded to the possibility of more store closings.
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