What are the reasons for Trooper’s existence and the need for a job market for gamers?
Once upon a time, in a world far different from ours, job markets were invented.
But why, you may ask? Well, let me tell you a story.
Back in the day, people had skills and talents, but they didn’t always know where to find work. Employers, on the other hand, needed to hire skilled individuals, but they had no way of reaching out to them.
That’s where the job markets came in handy.
It was a magical tool that brought together job seekers and employers, creating a perfect match with trust and security.
For decades, the job markets proved to be a useful tool for people to find work and for businesses to find talented individuals.
In the pre-internet era, we had the Yellow Pages, which acted as a directory for various services, including job listings.
Even before that, there were slavery markets where people were traded as commodities, nor far from the idea of a job market…
Thankfully, we’ve come a long way since then.
As technology is evolving, so are our needs.
Today, we live in an age where gaming meets education in exciting new ways. The traditional concept of degrees, titles, and study may soon become a thing of the past.
Instead, we can embrace a new reality where learning is encouraged, and it’s all about having fun and being user-focused.
Education is no longer about impressing others with a piece of paper, but rather about taking care of yourself, evolving, and cultivating your passions.
With new values and a gamified approach to learning, we have the power to create a perpetual motion machine of education and self-improvement.
Gone are the days of dull classrooms and endless hours of studying.
Now, we have access to virtual reality and games that allow us to learn and practice new skills while having fun.
In fact, gaming might even become an integral part of our education.
Imagine a world where gamers from all around the globe can access new learning opportunities through games.
For instance, an aviation enthusiast boy could accumulate countless flying simulation hours to practice the necessary skills. And instead of a traditional CV, we could have a curriculum vitae that showcases hours spent playing various simulation games, boosting one’s career prospects.
Imagine a world where gaming achievements could be used as valuable assets in the job market.
But how could we track and quantify these achievements? With Trooper!
Enter Trooper, the revolutionary platform designed to do just that.
Gamers will be able to learn new skills through games, and Trooper will keep track of their gaming achievements and add them to their gamer profiles.
To bring us closer to this reality, we’ve partnered with a cutting-edge education game that’s set to launch soon.
If a child were to play just one educational game per month for five years, they could learn and practice up to 60 skills or games. By the age of 20, they could have trained in over 180 games or skills, but this would be difficult to track and showcase without Trooper.
With Trooper, we’re creating an ecosystem for gamers that allows them to showcase their skills and achievements in a way that’s never been possible before.
The future of education and gaming is bright, and Trooper is leading the way.
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