TestBird 3.0 original mobile game testing technology lights up the US market
On the 29th of November, 2014, the Chinese mobile game automated cloud testing platform TestBird’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) Mr. Wei Shaofeng made his appearance in San Francisco. Mr Wei has a history of being one of the senior executives back in Huawei, a Chinese multinational networking, telecommunication equipment and service company. Mr. Wei was kindly invited by the Great Wall Club (GWC) representing Chinese mobile internet innovative companies and began dialogues with companies in the same business from Silicon Valley. During the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC), Mr. Wei started an important dialogue with a great deal of American platform companies, major mobile game developers and publishers. TestBird’s world exclusive mobile game testing 3.0 technology successfully caught the eyes of the American mobile game industry.
Conquering the US
When Mr. Wei was describing his experience of this American trip, he mentioned to the media that currently, the overall game developers’ integration is well established in the US. And as a result, the bar is set high for mobile game testing. However, the majority of developers in the US are still adopting manual testing methods, which are costly and time consuming. It’s about time for some revolutionary testing technology.
Mr. Wei’s appearance was well received. It is exactly because TestBird’s revolutionary testing technology holds the answer to their current needs. TestBird is the only testing company that focus solely on mobile games, it is also the most outstanding figure in the global automated mobile game testing business. The original TestBird 3.0 technology is able to take mobile game testing to a completely new level. Mr. Wei told the media with pride that ‘we can truly perform automated deep testing on every function of a mobile game. We reduced testing time from 1 month in the past to only 36 hours and offers an up to 200-page comprehensive test report that can be tailor-made and categorized according to specified requirement from CEOs or testing engineers.’
Based on research, TestBird mobile game testing 3.0 concept has already started leading the mobile game testing industry away from the traditional manual testing 1.0 and 2.0, and into a new era of deep testing 3.0. This technology significantly increases testing efficiency, saves testing costs for game developers and accelerates game production process. ‘We would call ourselves the world’s number 1 in mobile game testing, as a matter of fact, we have already become the national mobile game testing center in China.’ Mr. Wei said, ‘TestBird had been acknowledged as one of the ‘good games’ must-haves.’
TestBird testing the US market?
As can be seen on TestBird’s official website, TestBird listed America as ‘testing base to be established’, indicating its intention of exploring the US market. Mr. Wei’s America adventure sparked heated discussion on whether TestBird will collaborate with American mobile game developers. Mr. Wei, however, did not give a clear answer, ‘my main intention was to participate in the GMIC conference and communicate with companies in the same sector’, he said.
TestBird is located in Chengdu, central west China, capital city of Szechuan Province. TestBird’s national mobile game testing center is in possession of more than 600 mobile device models. However, these devices are mainly found on the Chinese market. If TestBird wishes to collaborate with the American developers, TestBird will need to import massive amount of oversea device models. The validity of the testing results will certainly improve. What this means is that Chinese mobile games can be tested on oversea devices through TestBird’s testing platform. The same applies to oversea mobile games. This way, Chinese mobile game developers will encounter less obstacles, be able to expand their market much faster when marching into the oversea market. Quite a contribution to the Chinese mobile game development.
Is there going to be more suspense? How is this going to go down? We will just have to wait and see.