[Just a note for any GameSetWatch readers in the game biz who don't have their resume uploaded to our sister site Gamasutra - it's a fairly painless process, and you may now also get a Nintendo DSi out of it, as an ambient bonus. Info below...]

Gamasutra is announcing a new monthly competition for job-seekers, with a Nintendo DSi up for grabs to a randomly-chosen game creator who uploads their resume/CV into the site's market-leading resume database.

The leading site on the art and business of games already has hundred of advertised jobs monthly jobs in programming, art, design, production and more, from top industry companies.

But searching a database of video game job candidates -- already actively used on Gamasutra by major publishers and developers like Microsoft, Activision, Sony, Ubisoft, Gazillion, Blizzard, and THQ -- is becoming an equally way of finding new employees at top studios. becoming a much more popular way of finding new employees at top studios.

Now, any Gamasutra jobseeker who logs on to the Job Seeker part of Gamasutra's jobs section and fills in or updates a resume in the 'My Resume Manager' section will be eligible for a random drawing to be held monthly.

Starting on May 31st and occurring at the end of the calendar month thereafter, one random developer who has updated or uploaded their resume in either 'public to searchers' or 'anonymous' formats in the last competition period will win a new Nintendo DSi handheld, thanks to Gamasutra.

Along the way, entrants can sign up for a service that should significantly increase their chances of being called on by some of the game industry's leading companies.

[COMPETITION NOTES: One entry per person. Winner will be contacted privately via email. Monthly prize is one U.S.-purchased Nintendo DSi which will be sent to winner's location, whether inside or outside North America.]