Post by PTG DAN0 408 on Jul 15, 2017 6:20:11 GMT
Who Are Pendulum Tuning Garage?
Since the birth of Pendulum Tuning Garage back in 2011 we have grown into one of the best communities within the virtual racing world of Forza. After starting as a team of two committed garage members, we have grown into a team of approximately 20 members. We don’t limit ourselves to only playing the Forza series. We are also active on other games like; Project Cars, iRacing, Dirt 4 as well as games like; Battlefield, Call Of Duty, Destiny, Tom Clancy games and many more.
Pendulum Tuning Garage pride ourselves in bringing great cars, competitions and social community events to the virtual racing community. The most important thing to us is to create a great online community where anyone is welcome to join in and have some fun with all of us.
What is the ‘Freelance Programme’?
Pendulum Tuning Garage isn’t a team thrown together for the sake of it. It’s built on friendship and has a soul; this bond is what makes a great team. Each member play’s an important role in the clockwork of what the team produce’s whether it’s great cars, race series or competitions. This is important to us but can hold us back at times which is why this programme has been designed.
The idea of a ‘Freelance Programme’ is to invite interested members of the Forza community to work with us and form a friendship. If you have a skill which we are looking for and you are friendly, helpful and willing to contribute to our team efforts then this is the place for you.
How do I become an official PTG member?
Whilst working with us in the ‘Freelance Programme’ you will be expected to get involved with team projects. This can be anything from testing, hotlapping, tuning, painting, video editing and competition idea’s. If you are advanced in the skill you have to offer and you are friendly and work well with the team an opportunity will arise and you will be offered a position on the team at which point you will be expected to change your gamertag to PTG (insert name).
What if it doesn’t work out?
There may be a time where people join the ‘Freelance Programme’ in a hope to become PTG members but never get asked to join the team. This isn’t a reflection of your skill or personality, if you want to continue in the programme then do so, if you wish to leave then that’s ok to.
Ok, I’m interested, how do I join?
Look out for the positions which will be posted below and skill set’s we are seeking, if you think you match the requirements then answer the questions and introduce yourself in a private message to the PTG Member stated in the post. Tell us what you do and show us, sell your talents to us and we’ll review them as a team. If we like what you have and think you could work well with us then you will be invited to join the programme. All we ask is that you are friendly, honest and willing to work as part of a team.