50 per cent boost in size means capacity now stands at more than 550 stations

Testronic expands Warsaw QA and testing offices

QA and localisation firm Testronic has bolstered its offices in Warsaw, Poland with the opening of a new suite.

The addition means that the testing centre is 50 per cent bigger than before, housing more than 550 stations operated on a shift cycle.

The location is also home to the firm’s recently-opened VR Test Centre, as well as functional and localisation QA teams.

“This is a significant investment for Testronic, underlining our growth and our commitment to providing the very best services to the global games market,” said COO Keith Ramsdale.

“We are extremely proud that the new facility is now open. We are focused on delivering only the highest quality service and we are increasing that capability across all our services, functional QA, localisation QA, compatibility and compliance testing and, of course, virtual reality testing.”

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