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“Tongal is the ultimate platform for content creation, used by studios, brands and talent from all over the world.” which makes sense when your platform is all about ads, brands and film. It smacks of ad-speak and empty words – but they’re a pretty cool company. They want to assist with the building of creative content in just about all forms. And they’re very LEGO friendly – they feature a case study of a LEGO stop-motion filme on their “How Tongal Works” page.
What the collaboration with the LEGO Group is is completely unknown at this time, but if you fit their criteria, it might be worth applying. An hour a week isn’t a lot and these days, most of us can find that easily.
The LEGO Group and Tongal are seeking members across the AFOL communities to join our beta tester group to explore a new and exciting project. We are particularly interested in working with AFOLs with creative backgrounds in writing, animation, illustration, design, art, editing, and brick building, though we are also open to other occupations and hobbies as well.
Beta testing can be done remotely from your home and will run over an 8-week period, from April 15th to June 19th. We estimate this will take about an hour of your time each week for 8 consecutive weeks. However, you are welcome to explore and engage with this project as much as you like.
To join our beta group, you must be 18 years of age or older. In order to get an inside look at this exciting project, we’ll ask that you sign an NDA and our Terms of Service as well as attend a one-hour onboarding livestream with our team to learn more about the tools you’ll have at your disposal for providing feedback.
If you’re interested, let us know by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Further information will be available to those who sign up.
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