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Christopher Carter

Also Known As

  • Chris Carter

Game Credits

Quality Assurance

Fuse (2013)   (EAP QA Management)
Shank 2 (2012)   (EAP QA Management)
Syndicate (2012)   (Senior QA Manager)
Warp (2012)   (EAP QA Management)
Bulletstorm (2011)   (EAP QA Management)
Crysis 2 (2011)   (EAP QA Management)
FIFA Manager 12 (2011)   (Senior QA Manager)
FIFA Manager 11 (2010)   (EAP QA Manager)
Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box (2009)   (QA UK Test Team)
FIFA Manager 10 (2009)   (EAP QA Manager)
Battlefield: Bad Company (2008)   (Senior Black Box Test Manager)
FIFA Manager 09 (2008)   (UK QA)
Mirror's Edge (2008)   (Senior Black Box Test Manager)
Battlefield 2142: Booster Pack - Northern Strike (2007)   (Senior Black Box Test Manager)
Crysis (2007)   (QA Senior Test Manager)
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)   (Senior Black Box Test Manager)
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)   (Senior Black Box Test Manager)
Battlefield 2142 (2006)   (QA Management)
Battlefield 2: Booster Pack - Armored Fury (2006)   (Franchise Test Manager)
Battlefield 2: Booster Pack - Euro Force (2006)   (Franchise Test Manager )
Battlefield 2: Modern Combat (2005)   (QA Franchise Test Manager )
Ground Control II: Operation Exodus (2004)   (Quality Assurance Testers)
 

Customer/Technical Support

Crysis 3 (2013)   (Customer Experience)
Fuse (2013)   (Customer Strategy)
SimCity (2013)   (Analytics)
 

Thanks

Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning (2012)   (Special Thanks)
The Secret World (2012)   (Thanks)
 


Developer Biography

With a post graduate degree in Facilities & Project Management, Chris has managed complex multi-stakeholder projects since 1992 but has worked in the IT industry since 2000. His testing interest started in the banking industry and was driven by the desire to get more money than he got from his paltry doll cheque. He has been involved in testing projects at all levels for large blue chip companies such as Lloyds TSB, Microsoft, EDS, Orange and secret government projects that would get him and you shot if he spoke about them. He has read many world wide testing practices and white papers but hasn’t understood any of them. He player managed a premier division Sunday League football team to league and cup honours in 1997 but he has since gained weight and has lost the respect of all his footballing peers (and wife).

Chris was seduced into joining Electronic Arts UK in April 2005 as Systems Test Manager but he never actually performed that role because there was a need to work 16 hours a day, seven days per week, 365 days a year delivering the most complex and critical games projects the industry has ever seen. Despite immense pressure from his new wife, his commitment to delivering high quality games means his unwavering commitment to EA remains firm. He has also spoken about testing conferences that have been held all over the world.

Last updated: Apr 07, 2006