MEET #QLOCDRAGONS – Michał Raczyński


Meet Michał Raczyński, who is our Learning & Development Manager.

We asked Michał some questions about his work at QLOC and more!

Check out his answers below.


What’s your job at QLOC?

I’m responsible for the development and implementation of L&D strategies at the Warsaw and Gdańsk offices.


What do you like most about your job?

Flexibility, freedom in implementing new ideas, passionate pros across different departments and most of all… Our Organization.


What was the most captivating task you had in QLOC?

Building the L&D Team from scratch. Doing my part in starting the Gdańsk office.


How many games have you worked on?

Something around 40, I worked on them having different roles such as Producer, L&D Manager, QA Manager, Release Manager and Tester.


What have you learned from working in QLOC?

I’ve learned that the video game industry can have even more chill.


What would you advise people who think about working in QLOC?

There is no thinking about working. Just join us. 🙂


Which game from the ones you’ve worked on is your favorite?

Honestly, it is hard to pick favorites, when I started in the industry I really enjoyed Dead Island and Silent Hill: Downpour. Now, at QLOC; having projects like Hitman III, Back 4 Blood, Mortal Kombat 11, Yakuza Kiwami 2, Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice or The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Switch) was a total blast for me 🙂 Keep’em coming!


Do you have any special powers?

I help others find and awaken their special powers.


What do you do in your spare time?

Read a lot of books, play guitar, the rest of my free time is consumed by my cute daughter. Occasionally, I take part in sports events like Runmageddon. Playing games? Sure.


Are you #PCMasterRace or #TeamConsole? 🙂

Why are we doing this? 🙂


Enter the title of your favorite game, movie/series and book.

Resident Evil, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Kicia Kocia i Witaminowe Przyjęcie.


What game would you take with you to a desert island?

Resident Evil.


Are there any work-related anecdotes you could tell?

The first rule of QLOC is: you don’t talk about what happens at QLOC.