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[ROYALTY] Anti-Cheat Business Looking for C++ Game Programmers!

Project Title:
Anti-Cheat Business

We're looking for a C++ Game Programmer to work on a new Anti-Cheat Business.  There is a potential ownership stake involved.

This business is not related to programming an actual Anti-Cheat. It will not be used to detect cheaters. It is a service to be connected to existing anti-cheat.

To fully implement the service we'll need a single C++ Game Programmer (hence why we're looking here) and a Website / Database Developer (which we'll look for elsewhere).

Because this service doesn't currently exist, we're hesitant to go into in-depth details in a public forum post. You can legally patent / protect a product, whereas ideas get no legal protection whatsoever.

But we do have a full Powerpoint Briefing available for those individuals who would like to know more. <-----------------------Important!

The individual must currently reside inside the United States and be a legal United States resident. Telecommute / Online work is OK, relocation is not necessary. We'll explain why during the briefing.

Team Structure:
Ecommerce Developer (Filled)
C++ Programmer (Vacant)
Website / Database Developer (Vacant)

Previous Work:
Ecommerce Developer has 10+ Years of Ecommerce Development / Ownership with over 6 Million Dollars in sales.

Talent Required:
C++ Game Programmer
- Must have C++ Programming Experience, not just Blueprints.
- Must be willing to take on challenging tasks and do / learn whatever is needed to accomplish them.
- Self motivated and driven to succeed.
- Must be a legal US resident and currently residing inside the United States.

E-mail: AntiCheatService@yahoo.com

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We're close to getting our web developer on board! They have a little C++ and 5+ years of Web Programming experience.

Still looking for a C++ Game Programmer!

You have nothing to lose by just stopping by and hearing the Powerpoint presentation. Yes, there is a potential co-owner stake for the eventual C++ programmer!

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