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James Milin-Ashmore


Freelance Writer

About Me

I'm a Sports Journalism graduate from London. I've linked some of my professional work below. I'm currently freelancing, so feel free to send me a message if you have a role in mind. Sports, technology and gaming are my specialist subjects, but it's always nice to expand my range. I'm working on a freelance basis with a number of companies, but I'm always looking for more regular or part-time writing roles and I'm happy to work remotely.

Industries I Write About


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Computer Games

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Sporting Goods

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Computer Software

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Writing & Editing

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Motion Pictures & Film

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My Writing Samples

Portfolio Website

Portfolio Website


Author Profile

Author Profile: Ethical.net


Author Profile: FTN

Author Profile: FTN


Collection of These Football Times articles

Collection of These Football Times articles


National Newspaper: Daily Record

Article for Daily Record


Regional Paper: Leicester Mercury

Article for Leicester Mercury


Football Whispers

Author page: Football Whispers



Sports Writer

I work for various websites as a sportswriter.


I worked there from 12/2015 until now

Freelance Writer

Game, tech and movie reviews for the CeX blog.

Company: CeX Webuy.com

I worked there from 5/2016 until now

Freelance Writer/Blogger

Worked for various companies across the globe in a number of roles, including content strategy and social media management.

Company: - Freelance

I worked there from 5/2015 until now

Content I Write

Ideas and Pitches I Wrote

Future Tech and Esports: Is VR the next level of gaming?

According to most industry experts, esports are the future of gaming. However, what's the future of esports? VR looks to be a decent bet, given technological progress and recent dedicated events like the VR Challenger League. Nielsen data also suggests that new tech will keep up with an ever growing audience for VR. It's still fairly gimmicky, but it could also be the future from an audience perspective. The chance to see through your favourite player's eyes would likely be welcomed by many.

Content type: Blog Post


Posture and Height: Why it Pays to Stand Tall

There's a clear correlation between height and earning potential, as shown in the sources linked. ie: Journal of Applied Psychology (Vol. 89, No. 3) Good posture allows people to stand taller, which has obvious benefits in both life and business given the perception that taller people are 'more successful'. So the article would discuss how posture plays a major role in how the reader is seen by others, and how they can use the product/app to reach their maximum potential.

Content type: Blog Post


FIFA 20: Will the series recover from various setbacks to become a viable esports game?

FIFA Ultimate Team is being pushed heavily by EA as an esports alternative, but the series has faced problems in the past. From the janky engine and confusing patches, to overly monetised game mechanics, FIFA 19 was a mess. Will the series recover in time for FIFA 20, and is there an audience for esports soccer?

Content type: Article

Keywords: FIFA 20,esports,FUT 20