BranchezRubgy are looking for testers

The start-up and creator of website are looking for candidates to create a panel of testers in order to improve its mobile application.

The website was launched by Eric Ochs at the Izarbel technology park in March 2014. The website offers match statistics for the Top 14 and Pro D2 French rugby championships as well as the latest international and professional rugby news.

BranchezRugby also recently launched an app devoted to Top 14 and Pro D2 rugby match statistics. The start-up is looking for candidates to improve the app, to become ambassadors for the brand, and to receive special advantages.

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