With the Barbie movie breaking records at the box office, Mattel is using the commercial to look for their first resident Chief Uno player to promote a new game.
The beloved toy company is ready to dish out some serious dough, over $17,000 to anyone over the age of 18 interested in creating social content for Uno on the streets of New York City to promote the newly released Uno Quatro game.
“We’re looking for someone who is as passionate about throwing down a Draw 4 as they are about engaging strangers in a game. Someone who knows how to reverse play and likes to get WILD (in a nice way). Is it you?,” the message read.
Mattel’s Chief Uno player will earn $4,444.44 in four weeks from September 13 to October 7, according to the job secondment.
If selected, you will work 14-18, four days a week. Dates and times are subject to change.
Here are some of the duties of the Chief Uno player:
- Must be comfortable with interviews and appearances
- Helps create and contribute to social content for various Uno games
- Starring in live streams playing the Uno Quatro game with brand creators
- Being friendly and willing to ask strangers to play the game
- Being able to teach strangers how to play the game in an engaging way
- Must be able to sit for long periods of time, lift and carry 50 lbs and set up gaming tables and tents on site
To make it up to Mattel, create your own TikTok video answering Uno’s interview questions below. The application deadline for video is August 10 at 11:59 PM PST.
What on earth is Uno Quatro?
Mattel has come up with various renditions of the iconic card game over the years, but the Uno Quatro is a different beast.
In addition to getting four-on-one like a normal Uno game, players must also match a color or a number, according to Mattel’s website.
Instead of using cards, players push pieces into one of seven trays with the intention of moving them to get four in a row. The tiles must touch another piece of the same color or number.
Special action tiles also make players work with fewer tiles, pushing a tile out of a tray or forcing another player to take their turn with two fewer tiles.
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