Reporting Processes in Games Localization
Games localization is unique in that it has so many different phases and even sub-phases. How do you report it all? How do you keep track of what’s going on? Our panelists tackle these questions and more!
December 13, 2018 @ 4PM CET
Starting his career as a freelance translator in 2012, Jasmin has worked his way up to Localization Lead at a gaming company based in Serbia where he ensures players enjoy top-notch localization quality.Jasmin Jelača
Sarah has been working in game localization since 2013. In her role as both Game Writer and Localization Producer she oversees workflows between dev teams, localization, and LQA.Sarah Prasad
Leonie started her career as a freelance translator in 2009. After gaining experience in several positions she is now overseeing whole localization project cycles at a German mobile games developer.Leonie Aoki
Conceptión has over 10 years of experience in game localization during which she has held several positions. In her current role she is responsible for coordinating teams, providing quality & progress reports, and implementing action plans to improve processes.Concepción González
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