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The Most Important Video Game Tester Questions Answered

There is a lot of confusion about how to get paid to play video games and become a professional video game tester. In this article, I will answer the most frequently asked questions regarding game tester careers. Why would people pay me to test video games? Because it saves them money. If they release a game to the general public and there are lots of bugs in it, they lose profit three ways. First, they lose money on returns and reissues. Second, they lose money because some gamers will avoid purchasing future game releases from them.

Third, they lose referrals that would have spread from one satisfied gamer to another. In order to make sure this doesn't happen, they rely on game testers to find glitches and problems within their video game. In exchange for doing so, they reward them quite well. How much can I expect to make as a tester? How much do you want to make? Video game testing is only limited to your desire and reputation. Typically, when starting out, expect to earn low wages between $9-$12 an hour. These earning won't be this low for long if you prove yourself as a good game tester.

If you're reliable, helpful to the game developers, and develop a reputation as an excellent video game tester, you can make upwards of $80 an hour. What type of video games will I test? You get a choice when you apply for different jobs to test video games. This means that you can test video games only for certain platforms or just in certain genres. Of course, the more you limit yourself as to the type of games and platforms you will test on, the more limiting your options are for getting high paying video game tester jobs. What's the easiest way to start a video game tester career? This is easy -- learn from somebody else who has already done it and can teach you how to do it. The best way to do this is to have a personal mentor willing to help you one on one.

Of course, this is not possible for most people. An alternative would be to buy E-books and/or other online e-courses, as well as to read resources by those who have learned how to quickly and effectively land jobs testing video games. There you have it, four frequently asked questions that are asked by wannabe video game testers on a daily basis. If your question wasn't answered in this article, I urge you to do some more research to get more information on what a video game testing career can offer you.

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