If you're under 18 and wondering if you can get a video game testing job, the simple answer is yes. There are a few cases in which you will be eligible to become a video game tester. Unfortunately, your options are more limited than they would be if you were older.
For example, you will not be eligible for most on-site video game testing jobs. This involves going directly to the facility of the gaming company to test games early in the process. Most of these jobs are reserved for high school graduates and above, except in special cases where large groups of testers are needed. If you live near the facility of a gaming company, feel free to contact them about available video game testing jobs for teenagers.
Otherwise, off-site video game testing jobs are a lot easier for teens to qualify for. They are shorter term, but you can apply for many of them at the same time. These jobs will involve you testing the game in your own home, and they often begin later in the testing process. Off-site jobs are usually less restrictive and structured than testing on-site. You will have more freedom, but you will probably make less money.
The easiest way to get a video game testing job if you're under 18 is to sign up for a membership site online. These are the places that many companies take their game testing job openings to get them filled quickly. Unfortunately, most of the legitimate websites like this have a small fee associated with them. Unless you have your own debit card or PayPal account, you'll need your parents' help to get started.