CHENGDU, China, Nov. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Tianfu Software Park, one of the largest tech park s in China, selected a batch of excellent enterprises which have developed in the park, and visited their founders or CEOs. The face-to-face communication allowed them to learn more about the latest thoughts, analysis and outloo kfor the internet industry . Huawei's former GSM R&D President ,Li Wei, started his own business at the outset of 2013 after he put an end to his 14-year employment with Huawei. His startup TestBird, which is based in Chengdu Tianfu Software Park, focuses on the automated cloud testing of mobile games. Today this company has completed the testing of more than 20,000 mobile games, about 70% of the mobile gam e testing market in China. Just three years ago, testing still remained alien to China's mobile game developers. 2013 was crowned as the "Year One" for China's mobile game industry. China's mobile game market achieved a total scale of 5.013 billion yuan during the first half of the same year, implying a growth rate of 66.1%, which is the highest rate ever. Until the end of 2013, there were about 20,000 mobile game developers in the domestic market. In Li's opinion, the automated testing of mobile games was still a "market gap" at that time. He recalled that "all the testing work was completed manually, so it involved huge time and costs. Few companies could afford it." In fact, TestBird only served a dozen clients after its automated testing business was introduced to market.