Honestly, you may want to package your talent up and give the game development world a go. A lot of marketing, event coordinating and public relations projects are contracted out. They have no issue with remote work and once you get a gig or two under you well…you’ll see.
I’d recommend doing some volunteer work at a major event like DreamHack or an eSports tournament with at least 5 sponsors. You can also look for Brand Ambassador groups on Facebook or get connected with an association. I’m starting with the GGDA, which lead to King’s Cup II (event coordinator was NCompass International) and now I can suggest you put together a workshop to meet others in the industry and let this guy pay for the pizza: https://blog.cloudflare.com/cloudflare-wants-to-buy-your-meetup-group-pizza/
Mind you I realize you maybe out of the country but if you look you should find similar opportunities in your circle. I mean gaming is major overseas.
I hope this helps.