The Bellevue-based video game company needs local testers to try out “released and unreleased versions of our games,” and some of Valve’s hardware prototypes, writes Valve’s Burton Johnsey in a post on the Steam forum.
If you’re interested, take this survey that asks all types of questions to find out more about your video game resume. Valve is only reaching out to gamers in the Seattle area but “may have plans for remote playtests in the future,” including internationally. The sessions last about an hour.
Last month, comScore Networks ranked Valve as the fourth-fastest growing site with a 25-percent increase in total unique visitors from June to July. The company is also trying to push the boundaries of its business with new additions like “Big Picture” gaming modes for living room TVs.
Wondering how Valve, a private company that was founded in 1996, has been so successful? Co-founder Gabe Newell gave an interesting eight-minute dissertation on the modern economics of video games last year that you can check out here.