PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- A Phoenix company wants to pay you to play and test video games.

Experis Games is at about 220 employees right now and wants to be at 400 before the end of the year.

The company is looking for video game testers to find glitches in video games that are on the market and yet to be released.

You need no experience and you don't even have to be a gamer.

Experis Games wants to hire a diverse population of all ages but you must be 18 to apply.

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Sounds a little gamny to me' s. [scared]


The job description doesn't align at all with what the article states. This is an engineering position for person who have software testing experience and knowledge of coding database development.


Look for the "Test Associate" role, not the "Software Test Engineer" one.

Agustus Gloop

If the video game is Punch-Out, Daddy and Dean want to play.


Hey, to be fair i'd want to test those games too.

Agustus Gloop



Aghast - Disappointed in you...but not surprised

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