In this video, you will learn how to get paid to test games 11 different ways.

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Brands, resources, and examples mentioned:

  • Nintendo has a game testing section on their site where you can apply to get paid to play video games if you’re located near Redmond, Washington.

 

  • Rockstar, maker of hit games like the Grand Theft Auto series and Red Dead Redemption, has openings from time-to-time for game testers in the United Kingdom and United States.

 

  • Blizzard, known for games like World of Warcraft, typically has some openings here-and-there for game testers.

 

 

  • iGameLab, part of PanelPolls, lets you test online games, mobile games/apps, virtual worlds, and websites while receiving $10-$15 per month.

 

  • Beta Family allows you to get rewarded for testing and giving insight about apps (some of which are mobile games).

 

  • Betabound is a website that allows you to become a beta game tester without requiring much experience of any kind. You need to be 18 years of age or older.

 

  • Erli Bird pays you about $10 per test or more to try out new apps, websites, and hardware.

 

  • Android Central’s forum has a section specifically targeted for finding beta testers to try out Android apps and games. There are all kinds of inquiries on here every day.

 

  • Tech Advisor’s forum has a beta testing section as well. You won’t find as many newer inquiries as Android Central though.

 

  • UserTesting allows you to make about $30 per hour via PayPal testing websites and apps (like mobile games).

 

 

Bonus: If you’d like to make even more money online, try these free apps:

  • FeaturePoints – Get paid to try free apps, play games, take surveys, and watch videos. Get free points with this code: E7KRRE

 

  • Swagbucks – Get paid to watch videos, browse the internet, shop online, and take surveys.

 

  • Ibotta – Get paid to scan your grocery store and other retail receipts.

 

  • InboxDollars – Get paid to check you email, surf the web, take surveys, watch videos, play games, and try special offers.

 

  • Ebates – Get paid to shop online.

 

 

 

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    1 Response to "How to Get Paid to Test Games (11 Ways)"

    • Raj vardhan

      Thanks Sir for the information.

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