If you're struggling to start your cover letter, here are 6 different variations that have worked for others, along with why they worked. Use them as inspiration for your introductory paragraph.
As someone who has spent countless hours immersed in the world of video games, I was excited to discover an opening for a Quality Assurance Tester at Electronic Arts. The countless hours spent playing EA games, such as FIFA and Battlefield, fueled my desire to be a part of a team that embraces creativity and innovation to deliver amazing experiences to gamers across the globe.
Having worked in quality assurance throughout my career, I was immediately drawn to the opportunity to join the team at Ubisoft as a Quality Assurance Tester. Not only do your games, such as Assassin's Creed and Just Dance, inspire and challenge players around the world, but your commitment to diversity and inclusion within the industry is something I am eager to contribute to and promote.
When I read about the Quality Assurance Tester position at Take-Two Interactive, I couldn't help but think back to the countless nights spent playing Red Dead Redemption and Grand Theft Auto with friends, cementing my love for gaming. I am excited for the opportunity to combine my passion for gaming and my QA expertise to contribute to the engaging and immersive experiences Take-Two is known for.
I recently came across the opening for a Quality Assurance Tester at Square Enix and was intrigued by the prospect of joining a company where storytelling and immersive worlds are at the forefront of their game design. As a QA tester with a love for narrative-driven games like Final Fantasy and Life is Strange, I am excited to help ensure these captivating experiences are optimized for countless players to enjoy.
As an avid fan of games that challenge the player's strategic thinking and decision-making, I was thrilled to come across the Quality Assurance Tester role at Paradox Interactive. My experience in QA testing positions me well to help maintain the high-quality gaming experiences that Paradox is known for in games like Crusader Kings and Europa Universalis, and I am excited about the opportunity to contribute to players' enjoyment of these complex and engaging titles.