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Question Any Bilingual people looking for a career in gaming?

Discussion in 'PC Gaming & Rigs' started by Catsx, Apr 13, 2018.

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  1. Catsx

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    Afternoon, I'm looking for multi lingual candidates for positions within localisation games testing. Languages required are English with German, Dutch, French, Spanish, Japanese, French/Canadian or Icelandic, to work in Glasgow city centre.

    We have positions both temp and perm.

    Positions include:

    Customer Support - general gaming support via email, line web chat and telephone.
    QA Games Tester - responsible for ensuring the linguistic content within a video game is correctly localised into the specific language and that the text is displayed correctly when seen in-game, while also detecting and reporting any linguistic flaws.

    If you or anyone you know may be interested in either of the roles please get in touch.

    My apologies if this conversation is not relevant to this site.

    Thank you.
     
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    I think you'd need all those languages to understand someone from Glasgow.
     
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    There are companies out there that do this as their trade.

    Most people speak English anyway in the likes of Germany, etc. Give it 50 years and English will be the native language of Earth. It would certainly make things a lot easier. There is no real need to have 200+ different languages.
     

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