TESTBIRD ENTERS G-STAR TO BRING BETTER COMPATIBILTY FOR GAMES IN KOREA AND ABROAD

TESTBIRD ENTERS G-STAR TO BRING BETTER COMPATIBILTY FOR GAMES IN KOREA AND ABROAD
November 9, 2015 – Chengdu, China – With South Korea’s largest conference starting November 19 – 22, G-Star 2015 will be full of game developers from South Korea, China, Japan, and abroad. TestBird, Asia’s leading mobile game compatibility testing company will be at the event to promote the need for compatibility among the hundreds of phones and Android devices in Korea and with those who attend the event.
 
TestBird will also continue to build their relationship with the KMGA (Korea Mobile Game Association) that was announced during ChinaJoy. TestBird has committed to helping independent and small game development companies with testing services in strengthening Korea’s mobile game industry. “We are building our company to support Korea for quite a while and hope to be a company that Korean companies big or small can rely on for quality compatibility testing,” said TestBird CEO Li Wei. “We have been adding more Korean phones and have added a Korean webpage to our Chinese, English, and Japanese websites to help introduce our company to the many Korean developers coming to G-STAR and for after the event.” Those interested in viewing the web page can visit kr.testbird.com
 
“Korea is a very pivotal place for mobile gaming,” says TestBird Global Marketing Director Luke Stapley. “It’s where many of the biggest evolutions of the mobile market started and with the steady growth of other regions in Asia, Korean games continue to expand to newer countries. With this, compatibility with the vast amount of Android devices can become a problem and TestBird is here to help in providing quality services that help both independent and triple-A companies succeed.”
 
With over 25 million in South Korea playing mobile games, averaging their spending at about $290 USD on games per year, according to NewZoo’s market analysis, and having two of the largest worldwide mobile phone manufacturers, LG and Samsung, South Korea is seen as one the most mature markets for mobile games.
 
G-Star will be hosted by Korea Internet & Digital Entertainment Association (K-IDEA)
 
For any press interviews, meetings, or other questions, please contact Luke@testbird.com
 
About TestBird:
Founded in 2013 by Mr. Li Wei, former president of GSM Research and Development of Huawei Wireless, along with former Huawei employees acting as key members of TestBird’s management, TestBird today is the largest mobile functional and cloud testing group in the world. TestBird’s team of experienced employees have years of experience helping mobile game companies in the support of testing management, automated tools, mobile internet operations, and publishing
 
Visit our English website at http://en.testbird.com
 
About G-Star
 
A global game exhibition, G-STAR 2015 will be held in BEXCO, Busan, Korea from November 12th to 15th. This global game exhibition has generated more than $200 million of business value for four days, breaking records every year. The Organizing Committee expects 1,154 booths in Public Area and 916 booths in Business Area, breaking the record of 2014’s exhibition with the biggest scale of all time.
 
Visit their official website at http://www.gstar.or.kr/

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