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A food chain in Hong Kong is offering $2,580 for someone to build a branded island for it in Nintendo’s “Animal Crossing: New Horizons.”
“Animal Crossing” has been a smash hit during the pandemic and people have used it as a source of escapism and as a virtual space to recreate real-life events like graduations and weddings.
The company, Yummy House, says it has received 230 applications for the role, including some from mainland China where “Animal Crossing” is not authorized for sale.
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A Hong Kong food chain is turning to the smash-hit videogame “Animal Crossing” to get some publicity during the coronavirus pandemic.

Yummy House announced this week it is offering a one-month position paying 20,000 HKD ($2,580) for someone to create a branded island for the company in “Animal Crossing: New Horizons.” Candidates must have more than 100 hours of experience playing the game to apply.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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