My name is Jacob Tyler and I have been an avid video gamer most of my life. The reason I have started my site videogametesting.org is the recent explosion in the video game testing job field. Since the explosion of our favorite pastime, many scam artists have popped up all over the internet offering how-to information on how to get started in the video game testing industry. I will start by giving you a little insight into the game testing industry.  If you are interested in learning how to become a game tester, then I do recommend that before jumping straight into it, you take the time to familiarize yourself with some of the available launching pads out there.  You can read my game tester guides reviews if you would like some help getting started.


In the early years of game development, the programmer was responsible for all of the game testing and quality control. With gaming worlds ever so expansive as they are today, most software development firms use the services of dedicated game testers to do this work for them.   Some of the most ridiculous video game glitches that even appear in today’s gaming culture could have been avoided had adequate testing been performed on those game titles.   These problems while usually very embarrassing for the publishers, offer one element of value for the gamer, and that is they are oftentimes just freakin hilarious!  Take a look at some of the funniest video game glitches on my site here if you wish.





For those who have the ambition to follow through and score that great game testing job, often keep it a tightly held secret and very few people actually know how to get their foot in the door and really get paid for doing this. It is much easier than you think.


Wikipedia states that video game testers are not only real but rake in some pretty serious cash:

Game testing personnel are usually paid hourly (around $10–12 an hour). Testing management is usually more lucrative, and requires experience and often a college education. An annual survey found that testers earn an average of $39k annually. Testers with less than three years’ experience earn an average of US$25k while testers with over three years’ experience earn US$43k. Testing leads, with over six years’ experience, earn on an average of US$71k a year. Typically, they will make $35–45k with less experience.   Some employers offer bonuses for the number of bugs found.”

Source:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_testing


The video game industry is now a multi billion dollar venture, but that doesn’t stop would be website owners of trying to cut a sliver of the pie for themselves by offering what I consider to be very sub par research.   I have researched dozens of different websites which offer information for sale on how to get become a video game tester and how to get paid to play the newest games. Out of all those websites, over 93% of them have been complete rip-offs with only rudimentary data offered, yet nothing that really helps you out of really gets your foot in the door to the game industry.


Out of all of the programs I have reviewed I found only three of them that are worth checking out. Below are some reviews I have posted to help you save your time and money. I highly encourage you to read the reviews before selecting any video game tester program.


The numbers don’t lie! If you get started with a legitimate company, there’s no telling where it can take you. Thanks to this site, you will be able to avoid the pitfalls and go straight to the sources to get started. In no time, you will be on your way. Imagine actually getting paid to play video games! Our current reviews will help get you jump started into this exciting industry so you can start getting paid for what you are passionate about!


The informational programs I have reviewed below all carry risk free guarantees so you do not have to worry about getting scammed. These programs contain everything you will need to get started as a paid game tester. They have stood the test of time and have all been around for years.


If you are interested in taking the next step and becoming an actual paid video game tester, then I suggest that you read some of the video game testing job course reviews on my site here and choose which game testing website you prefer.  I have personally reviewed the courses here and after spending 15 years in the video game industry, I know the red flags to look for and have saved you the time of eliminating the sketchy ones and boy oh boy, there are plenty of those.  Please know that the ones I have chosen to review all come with 60 day guarantees so that you are not out one red cent if for some reason they do not work out.  I do not believe that you will have to worry about that though.


Please take your time and check out the site.   Please feel free to leave comments, I would love to  hear from you.  Hope this site helps you make a more informed decision in whatever it is you decide to do with your gaming interest.


Best Regards,


Jacob Tyler

PS. I sincerely hope you have enjoyed my site and I hope that it has saved you time and trouble selecting the best game tester job opportunity. I become your success stories and encourage you to post your findings on my website here.  I would love to hear from you when you get your game testing jobs so we can share it with others looking for the same information. God bless.