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Submitted by StrifeHawkins 1407d ago | news

Battlefield 3 Server Admins needed

Lans from TecStories writes: Telkom Do gaming of South Africa has just announced that they need server administrators, previous gaming league experience is a big plus. To apply click here, There is a page where you can fill out your contact details. EA and Telkom will have exclusive code of the upcoming blockbuster Battlefield 3 at the Rage event in South Africa so you can visit their stall and give them a chat. (EA, PC, Telkom Do Gaming)

soundslike  +   1407d ago
So they can ban people for hacking who aren't hacking? :X

(so I've heard)
Fishy Fingers  +   1407d ago
Ha, some maybe, but I've had admin rights in a lot of different games and there's one thing I've learnt, dont be a douche. Or your server will quickly be empty, not much point having admin rights on a empty server.

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