UNO lovers everywhere now have a chance to turn their skills into serious cash.
Mattel is searching for a chief UNO player to introduce fans to the new UNO Quatro card game.
The person in this role will be responsible for playing the game for four hours a day, four days a week for four weeks, according to a press release from Mattel.
The part-time employee, who will work out of New York City’s Pier 17, will be compensated $4,444 each week to play UNO Quatro and teach the new rules to fans.
Mattel is currently in search of a chief UNO player to introduce fans to the new UNO Quatro card game (pictured). (Mattel/Elizabeth Braunstein / Fox News)
"We’re constantly looking to create new ways for fans to engage with UNO — and with the nationwide search for the first-ever chief UNO player, we’re bringing in-person gameplay to fans in a way they’ve never experienced before," said Ray Adler, Mattel's vice president and global head of games in Los Angeles, California, in a press release.
"We’re thrilled to offer a position to the ultimate UNO player to help introduce our brand-new game, UNO Quatro, to the world."
"We’re thrilled to offer a position to the ultimate UNO player to help introduce our brand-new game, UNO Quatro, to the world," said Ray Adler, Mattel's vice president and global head of games in Los Angeles, California. (Mattel)
He added, "Who wouldn’t want to spend their afternoons playing UNO — and best of all, getting paid while doing it?"
The main job requirements include a love for the UNO brand, an "outgoing personality" to speak with the public and challenge others to play, and the ability to work in New York City, the company said.
Mattel is hiring a chief UNO player to encourage fans to try out UNO Quatro (pictured). (Mattel/Willy Lew Stylist Alphonse / Fox News)
Fans who think they've got the chops to land the job can apply through Aug. 10 by stitching the video on UNO’s TikTok channel that calls for applications.
People can visit shop.mattel.com/pages/chief-uno-player for more information.