If you put some of our past events in your application, that is, perhaps, the biggest noise/attention that you could raise in your post. I have a hunch they are looking for individuals that have the ability to communicate to large groups of people at any given moment. Moon Guard did not have a post on their forums with similar discussions as ours just a few months ago, but it isn’t out of the question that many other GMs of past and present have already put something like that in their application(s). I know I made sure to include some of the most unique interactions - like utilizing a skype group/Curse-voice group/Discord to facilitate large-scale roleplay interactions (especially crossfaction) waaaaaaaaaaaaay before discord enabled any sort of mainstream community building and outreach tools. (circa 2015, 2016). Or any other tool (add-on, forum, website community) for that fact.
They have to carefully consider the 100 “first batch” (obviously, duh). If they want to be believed as being as inclusive as possible, they are probably having to sift through applications as they come in by batches/categories. As long as our applications are detailed, then all you can do is wait.
Reminder for everyone to make sure that you note that roleplayers are misunderstood. We are not socially inept geeks with an inability to play the game, we are some of the community’s most passionate fans. When the content runs out, we look for avenues through creative writing and imagination within the world. Long after many people unsub, we’re still kicking. We are just as important as pet battlers, heroic-dungeoneers, and so forth. This will be a community effort, and if any of us are able to get in, then it’s time to band together.