There's a new QA Manager at Quickspin
Yumiko Lundh has been recently promoted from Games Test to QA (Quality Assurance) Manager at Quickspin. Only recently, Lundh was nominated as a finalist in the Women in Gaming Diversity Awards for 2021.
She has been at Quickspin for 3 and a half years starting as a full-time Game Tester. In her new position, she'll be fighting bugs and the other half leading a team.
In response to her new role, Lundh said: “So I will continue to do game testing, but I would also like to communicate more closely with the other teams and make plans for improvements.”
On challenges in the new role
In response to the potential opportunities and challenges in the new role, Lundh stated: “I’m feeling very positive about it and I’m confident that I’ll be able to handle any challenges that arise!”
“I will be able to work closely with the Game Studio managers to share information and have discussions to improve the game development process.”
On favourite things at Quickspin
Yumiko Lundh was asked about her three favourite things at Quickspin with her response being it's friendly, fun and fast.
She added: “It’s very exciting that everyone is always doing their best to make changes and create great games.”
On the future
Lundh stated: “I really look forward to making more improvements to how we work and collaborating with the other managers in the Game Studio.”
“I’m so happy that we have a great management team in the Game Studio, which will allow us to make the game development process even better and create more fun games together!”
“Lucky to have Yumiko,” says Quickspin
Travis Grabau, VP of Game Studio: “Our QA team and our Game Testers are a vital part of the game development process at Quickspin. We’re very lucky to have Yumiko in the Quickspin family and I know she’ll make a great QA manager!
He concluded: “As an experienced Game Tester, she’s already had lots of excellent ideas on how we can improve our workflow and processes, so I’m thrilled to see her take on more responsibility and to collaborate more closely going forward.”