Localisation firm continues expansion into Asian market

QA specialist Bug Tracker opens new China office

Canadian QA and localisation specialist Bug Tracker has opened a new office in Chengdu, China.

Bug Tracker’s CEO Antoine Carre said the new office would accommodate new teams and equipment as it looks to further expand into the Asian market.

"Tianfu Software Park is now the largest technology park in Asiam," said Carre.

"We therefore took the opportunity to be on this site and be in synergy with world class companies from the video games industry and mobile technologies already installed there.

"These new facilities will accommodate new teams and new equipments in the perspective to expand our services portfolio. Based on our experience and our know-how, we aim to establish a new type of collaboration with our customers in China and also with our traditional customers elsewhere in the world."

Bug Tracker has worked for more than 250 developers and publishers and provided its services to over 1,000 titles on console, PC and online.

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