This Company Is Offering $500 for an Official NBA Food Tester

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This Company Is Offering $500 for an Official NBA Food Tester


A betting tips company has put up an offer that fans of the NBA and foodies can't resist. Pickswise announced that it is looking for someone to fill in the role of its Official Food Tester for the league's 2019 season.

The chosen candidate will be given $500 in prize money and live out the dream of every baller for the NBA season. Not only will they get a fat cheque, but the winner will also enjoy great food and "incredible basketball across the nation."

"We want someone to go to games and eat the best signature dishes throughout the league to give us a verdict on which team does the best dishes, rating each one from every team to determine who is number one," Pickswise said on its website.


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The competition winner will be given tickets to all the NBA games for the 2019-2020 season as well as expenses for food at each game. Pickswise said the chosen candidate will rank the signature dishes and report back to the company with their findings. They should also be free to be called upon "to provide content for the Pickswise social media accounts."

"It’s the opportunity of a lifetime, traveling around the country to watch incredible games across the league while enjoying great food. What’s not to love!?" the company said.


Photo Credit: @pickswise via Twitter


To enter the competition, interested applicants only need to follow Pickswise's twitter account and reply to the pinned competition tweet by sending a picture of themselves either at a game, eating food, or both. The company's twitter account should be tagged in the reply along with the hashtag "#NBAFoodTester" and entries must be sent on or before October 14.

The competition is open to all US and Canada residents aged 21 and above. Each person can only submit one entry. Pickswise employees will randomly choose the winner, who will be contacted on October 15 via email or direct messages.



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