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Video Game Tester: Do I Have What It Takes? - Articles Surfing
Did you Know?
You don't need any formal education to be a video game tester.
You can get paid $9 - $80 an hour being a video game tester and get to keep the games you test.
Anyone can become a game tester, all that is required is that you are 15 or older.
You only need one video game system to become a video game tester.
You can work as much or as little as you want to.
How Much Can I Make?
You can Make anywhere around $9 to $80 an Hour, right now I make about $65 an Hour. Here is a check I recieved for doing a Week-Long Assignment.
Why Would a Company to Pay Me?
Because your opinion on their Video Game is extremely important to them. You will be telling them what you like about the game, and what you dislike about it, and to let them know if there is anything wrong with the game. This information is crucial to them, to ensure the successful release of the game.
How Much Can I Work a Week?
You can work as much or as little as you want. Just pick the jobs that you would like to complete and they will either have you go into a local testing center, or they will send the game to you.
When Do I Get Paid?
Normally, you get paid upon completion of an assignment. Usually, about once a week.
Are There any Requirements to Be a Game Tester?
There are no requirements. Normally, you just need to be over the age of 14 to get a Game Tester job.
Do I get to Keep the Games I Test?
Many companies allow you to keep the games you test. I have about a 300 XBOX game library from all of the games I have tested.
Here is my Website, it will help you get a Video Game Testing job Fast, with no guess work: Game Tester Guide
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