College Grads Paid to Play Video Games Fast-growing video game manufacturer Volition, based in Champaign, Illinois, pays recent college graduates — who are also experienced gamers — to test their games. Testing is a first, full-time job for many of the graduates. They are looking for flaws before the games hit the market.

College Grads Paid to Play Video Games

College Grads Paid to Play Video Games

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