Anthony Coyle has been offered an exciting opportunity, receiving one of the first 35 Facebook Gaming Content creator positions across Australia and New Zealand.
More commonly known as iiSEEKER in the gaming arena, Mr Coyle was identified by Facebook earlier this year and approached by Click Management's Creator Service Provider Program Manager, Navin Kirubairajah.
"We're excited to have iiSEEKER on board as one of our first 35 partnered Facebook content creators in Aus/NZ"
"We will help Anthony in becoming a successful content creator in an exciting new space" Mr Kirubairajah said.
Anthony admits to always being an avid gamer, playing various Xbox, PlayStation and PC games from a young age.
Mr Coyle's current game of choice is Destiny2, where he holds 4th position in the world for his number of 'Garden of Salvation' raid sherpas.
"When I started streaming my focus was on completing the Destiny2 'Garden of Salvation' raid, a raid I initially, and many others find mechanically difficult."
I have a fair amount of patience and have developed a knack for explaining the process"
"I'd like to say I know a fair bit about it now; having completed that particular raid more than 500 times" Mr Coyle said.
"I enjoy teaching the mechanics of the game, rather than carrying fellow gamers. It's important that you empower them with skills they can take away and input later."
I'm so grateful for the opportunity to essentially represent Australia/NZ in gaming; it's like every kids dream-come-true.Anthony Coyle
The driving force behind Mr Coyle's commitment and passion is the community he has been able to create. His page is nearing 8,000 engaged followers with gamer's worldwide showing their support.
"I mainly help gamers complete a variety of raids and stages, but what I'm most proud of is the supportive community I have been able to create along the way"
"The community bands together to help fellow gamers complete stages they may have not attempted otherwise"
Mr Coyle admits he started streaming out of curiosity, fitting it around his family commitments and his full time sales manager position and didn't expect the success he has experienced thus far.
"I'm so grateful for the opportunity to essentially represent Australia/NZ in gaming; it's like every kids dream-come-true."
Facebook Gaming Partners have a manager who work for Facebook, get financial support and are testing features including ads and custom sticker packs for their fans to use. Partnered creators sign a contract and agree to a streaming quota.
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