I think articles like this are highly important for any avid video gamer. Understanding the industry itself is crucial to me, I believe its important to understand what it takes (or supposed to) when making a game. QA testers are seemingly considered to be the 'lower-class' of game development, even though, say Cyberpunk 2077 for example (one of the examples used in the article) couldve used a lot more TLC in this department before the game released.
The part of this article that got me the most was the wages. They are just awful. I can imagine living on 800 a month sucks and feel that QA testers should recieve more pay and maybe proper training from these companies that hire them, amongst many other things that could be different.
Plenty of games ive played that i wished they wouldve invested more time into QA testing (OUTRIDERS).
Thoughts on QA testing ?