Familiarizing with GameBench Badges: How Can These Help in Your Gaming Experience? - TeknoGadyet

Sunday, September 6, 2020

Familiarizing with GameBench Badges: How Can These Help in Your Gaming Experience?


Avid readers of tech reviews should know that among the widely-used benchmark platforms is GameBench, since it effectively determines various factors, including a smartphone’s gaming performance. The results of GameBench tests are also useful for tech manufacturers and developers to determine which particular parts of their gaming products or devices need improvement.

Familiarizing with GameBench Badges: How Can These Help in Your Gaming Experience?
Familiarizing with GameBench Badges: How Can These Help in Your Gaming Experience?

GameBench uses what they call as GameBench Badges, which “are simple visualizations which reveal whether a gaming experience happened the way it was intended.”

“A great thing about badges is that they take a gamer’s perspective rather than an engineer’s. They help our clients to acknowledge whether an experience met certain healthy thresholds without worrying prematurely about the causes of any problems and how readily fixable they are,” GameBench said in its recent blog post.

Currently, GameBench utilizes four badges. These are Out-of-Threshold/OOT (previously "Poor"), Casual (formerly "Basic"), Enthusiast ("previously Good"), and Ultra.

When a benchmark result carries the red Out-of-Threshold (OOT) badge, it means that the underlying metrics fell short and didn’t meet GameBench’s thresholds. GameBench explains that this is not mainly because there are games that are “poor,” and it’s mostly due to other factors like frame rate or latency.

The orange Casual Badge, on the other hand, “indicates that the experience was good enough to satisfy someone looking for a fun experience without taking things too seriously.” The green Enthusiast Badge suggests results that are good enough for a gaming enthusiast but not that much for competitive gamers. Lastly, the blue Ultra badge indicates that the experience is high-performing, therefore, apt for eSports and professional competitive gamers.

“No matter where your company or your product sits in the gaming ecosystem, GameBench badges can help you get a clear view of how you compare to competitors to determine where your strongest and weakest points,” GameBench explained.

To learn more, visit https://bit.ly/gamebenchtools.

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