A company is offering gamers the chance to become professional teachers during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Online marketplace Bidvine is giving people in the UK the opportunity to teach or receive tutelage on games such as 'FIFA', 'Fortnite' and 'Call of Duty'.

Users are required to select which game they'd like get better at and enter their postcode to receive quotes from the various gaming teachers offering their services.

Gaming gurus can also sign up to hand out their tips through a provider page.

Bidvine choose who become professionals, who could get paid up to £30 per hour.

The co-founder of Bidvine, Russ Morgan, said: ''There will be many people out there looking for ways to earn some extra income during self-isolation, so we wanted to highlight one of our most popular services to ensure that those who are passionate about gaming are aware they can charge to teach others how to be the best using their skills. There is demand for this.''