As our favourite games are improving over time, we have seen the Game Quality Forum (GQF) become the staple gathering of Quality Assurance (QA) and Localisation professionals from across the industry, both in Europe and abroad. Take a look back on our 2019 forum as we delve into the key takeaways and highlights in our new Post Show Report. With over 200 attendees joining us last June, we look forward to another exciting 3 days for 2020.
During the 2019 event, amongst all the fun onsite (did we mention someone won an iPad?), we caught up with some of our fantastic global experts to hear their key takeaways at the event, their experience with the community across the 3 days and also looking to the future of the industry. Watch these interviews below with features from Amazon Game Studios, Riot Games Tencent, EA and Techland!
Game Quality Forum Global is guaranteed to be an epic 3 days! With networking, insightful workshops/panels...and maybe a party? This unique forum provides unparalleled insights with the opportunity to network and celebrate with global peers from across QA and Localisation in beautiful sunny Amsterdam!
Finding a perfect outsourcing partner could be a very tricky question for any company. In today’s world the emphasis on quality products and the ever-changing demands of customers has compelled every company of any size to outsource their projects. Godspeed have put together a Top Tips blog post to help you navigate this challenge!
Ahead of his participation at this year’s Game Quality Forum, Stefan Posthuma, Senior Director of Engineering at Electronic Arts took some time out to have a chat with us about the current use, and future of, AI in automation and testing.
Watch the video or read the transcript below – to find out more about AI in Game Quality, check out the Game Quality Forum Global Agenda where Stefan will be speaking this June.
Did you see yesterday's Polygon article about the work crunches it took to get Fortnite's Live Releases off the ground?
This article is just one example of how live releases have changed the Game QA landscape, and how developers and studios must change their practises in line if they are to sustain the growth of recent years.
In Gaming IQ’s most recent Game Quality Insights Report we aim to understand how developers and studios are impacting live service, product launch efficiency and overall game quality through internal collaboration and outsourcing.
In this blog post we hear from one of our 2019 sponsors Systran on how their continued investment in R&D has seen a great increase in translation accuracy and optimizing engines to be more efficient.
Their latest 2nd generation NMT engines, available in our latest release of SYSTRAN Pure Neural® Server, implements several technical optimizations that make the translation faster and more efficient.