Job Overview

Wargaming Chicago-Baltimore is looking for a Quality Assurance Automation for its growing studio with over 150 employees. Our environment is a combination of casual creativity and functional productivity with an emphasis on fun games and solid engineering. 

Wargaming is looking for someone who knows that systems can always run more efficiently, who has a razor-sharp eye for detail and nuking bugs before they ever see the light of day, and who geeks out about critical software never even seen by the end-user. This person knows that the hallmark of a job well-done isn’t being on the front lines- it’s watching a well-oiled machine perform flawlessly in a world otherwise filled with chaos.

Reports To

The Quality Assurance Automation will report to the Lead DevOps Engineer.

What will you do?

  • Planning and carrying out the test of game infrastructure services (high-load, high-complexity architectures).

  • Black/Grey and white-box testing, with major focus on test automation across a wide variety of projects.

  • Through test automation, functional, regression

  • Ensure quality in our web services, both RESTful and Soap, through automation, functional, regression, and continuous integration testing, stress and load testing, recovery, and security testing.

 What are we looking for?

  • 3+ years of experience in testing/developing client-server applications and/or test automation (utilizing tools like Selenium Webdriver).

  • 2+ years of functional experience in QA.

  • Demonstrated coding experience.

  • Practical knowledge concerning the HTTP protocol.

  • You have RDBMS / SQL experience. Knowledge of web-based technologies (Apache/Nginx/MySQL/Redis) is a plus.

  • You have programming experience with C# / Python 2 or 3.

  • Stress and load testing experience.

  • Experience of security testing of web applications.

  • Understanding of agile methodologies.

  • You are passionate about playing and creating amazing video games.

About Us

Wargaming is an award-winning online game developer and publisher headquartered in Nicosia, Cyprus. Delivering legendary games since 1998, Wargaming has grown to become one of the leaders in the free-to-play MMO gaming industry with 4500+ employees and more than 20 offices globally. Over 200 million players enjoy Wargaming’s titles across all major gaming platforms, including the massively popular World of Tanks and World of Warships. 

Working in our company means always having interesting challenges and gaining valuable experience while working with top-class experts. 

Take your place among our passionate and experienced team and bring out the best in yourself at Wargaming! 

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