Localisation teams to grow at firm's Canadian offices, says CEO Leinfellner

Babel to ‘significantly’ expand Montreal team

Outsourcing firm Babel Media has announced plans to grow its Montreal facility.

The firm says it is ‘creating high quality employment opportunities for functionality and localisation video games testers’ based at the Canadian city.

Babel execs added that the the firm ‘is continuing to grow to meet the game industry’s increasing need for external resources’ in the face of economic turmoil.

The firm plans to add staff to it PC, Console, Online and Handheld test labs, looking for those with proficiency in languages such as French, Italian, German, Spanish, Dutch, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian and Swedish.

“I am really delighted to be able to be able to announce this major expansion against a backdrop of exceptional world-wide trading conditions,” commented Richard Leinfellner, CEO of Babel.

“Babel’s expansion will further increase our offering high quality deployment solutions for our clients helping them to improve their profits by giving them the much needed flexibility and allowing them focus on IP generation and exploitation.”

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