A Survival Guide to the Casino Games Industry for Automation Engineers

Posted Apr 21st, 2022

Webinar Date: Apr 13th, 2022

In this webinar learn automation tricks on how to set up test automation for 200+ games and make the most out of your test automation reports and assets.

Working in the Casino Industry can be quite daunting and our customers demand fresh and high-quality games that are available 24/7. A single bug or a minute of downtime can cost the company a lot of revenue and therefore (automated) testing is essential to ensure we deliver high-quality games quickly. But how do you cover over 200 hundred games (slots, casino, and instant) on a wide variety of devices and platforms to ensure the customer experience is not negatively impacted by the latest features and changes.

This webinar will open your eyes to some of the key differences between customers in the casino industry and other industries and will build upon these differences to provide examples of how to optimize your coverage based on this understanding. And last but not least, we’ll provide examples of automation tricks on how to set up test automation for 200+ games and make the most out of your test automation reports and assets.

Key Takeaways:

  • A better understanding of the casino industry and its customers

  • An overview on how to optimize your test coverage (to ensure you get the most out of your time)

  • Practical examples of test automation tricks that will help you detect issues quicker (including visual testing)

About our speakers

Sergio Neves Barros

Sergio Neves Barros

QA Technical Architect, Roxor Gaming

As QA Technical Architect with over 15 years of experience in the field of automated testing and the gambling industry, Sergio Neves Barros has worked on automating technologies such as HTML 5, Canvas, native apps and REST APIs. He has contributed to the Appium project to expand its capabilities of testing with Safari on physical iOS devices, and is currently the founder and maintainer for the Angles Test Automation Dashboard Open Source Project. Throughout his career, he custom built many frameworks based on business needs and mentored others on the best practices of building/maintaining their own framework.


Topics

Automated Testing