Mobile QA event open(London) returns in February 2017

TIGA and GameBench issue call for speakers

Mobile QA event open(London) returns in February 2017

UK games industry trade body TIGA has partnered with GameBench to bring back mobile QA event open(London) for the second year running.

Taking place on February 2nd 2017 in central London, the event will also look at UX and the automated testing of apps, games and virtual reality.

TIGA and GameBench have issued a call for speakers for the event.

An agenda for open(London) is expected to be announced on Tuesday, November 15th.

Assuring quality

Last year’s event attracted the likes of Google, Samsung, Facebook and others to discuss QA. The February event will also offer an opportunity for attendees to discuss other challenges such as the emergence of super-intense workloads for VR and AR, through to new standards and APIs.

“Mobile QA is receiving significant new investment as companies realise that they cannot compete without seamless digital products,” said GameBench CEO Sri Iyer.

“GameBench open(London) will focus purely on new testing approaches and technologies can deliver the best, most cost-effective results for UX quality.”

You can find more details about the event on the open(London) website.

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Craig Chapple is a freelance analyst, consultant and writer with specialist knowledge of the games industry. He has previously served as Senior Editor at, as well as holding roles at Sensor Tower, Nintendo and Develop.