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Go be a play tester for Bethesda


1:00 PM on 05.03.2013
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Bethesda is looking for play testers in the Dallas area. If you're down in the dirty south, apply so that you might be one of the gamers invited to Bethesda's Play Test Lab. They're looking to use player feedback at this lab (located at the idSoftware offices) starting this month. This is volunteer work, mind you.

Apply at playtest.bethsoft.com to get in on the play tests. Benefits include getting to play games before they're released and scoring Bethesda swag. You must be 18 or over to apply.

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