LittleBigPlanet Vita developer Tarsier Studios is giving one budding creator curator the opportunity to work alongside its team on a fully-fledged piece of DLC for the handheld spin-off. Applicants will be competing for a month-long internship at the studio by building a unique mini-game and uploading it to the title’s servers.

You’ll have until 19th October to get your entry in order before Sony teams across Europe judge the candidates based on their originality, gameplay and commercial appeal. If successful, you’ll be whisked overseas to Sweden where you’ll work with Tarsier on turning the content into a proper piece of DLC. Pretty neat, huh?

"Gaming is an exciting and fast-growing industry but it can be tricky to get your foot in the door," product manager Elliott Linger explained. "This internship offers a whole month's experience at a great studio, all for creating an awesome mini-game. We're expecting hundreds of entries and can't wait to see what players of LittleBigPlanet Vita come up with."

You can find out more information through here.

[source lbpinternship.eu.playstation.com]