The company which was looking for Call of Duty coacheshas now expanded its reach to include potential Fifa coaches too.
Bidvine is offering pro players a minimum of £15 per hour for coaching other players on how to improve their skills in Fifa. All they need to do is provide evidence of their skill, and have photo ID, a gaming PC and a strong Internet connection.
The service has expanded following the success of the company's previous "Pro Players" service, which allowed players to hire other people to play the game for them. This supposedly saw over 1,500 players sign up to play, and "thousands" of requests for their services.
"After the success of our Call of Duty Pro Player and Coaching service, we listened to the valuable customer feedback, which was pretty unanimous in asking for Fifa to be the next game where Professional Coaches will be available to book," said Bidvine co-founder Russ Morgan.
"Fifa seems to be one of those games where skill is important, it's not something you can just be automatically good at, and it has a prestigious ranking system, so I'm not surprised that gamers wanted coaches for it. We've seen talented gamers make some good money from coaching and playing for other people, so I'm excited to see how Professional Fifa Coaches get on!"
PC Games Insider editor Alex Calvin previously mocked the Pro Player service, saying it had a "very last days of Rome vibe about it." It certainly seems like both offerings are doing well, and we can't tell people how to spend their money, so more power to everyone involved.