Game QA

How to Effectively Test Mobile Game

The mobile gaming market has exploded in popularity. There are more than 3 billion active mobile gamers worldwide now, and the number of users is also getting higher.

However, as the market matures, it faces a number of challenges. Many of game users expect a flawless experience with every game, so game testing is incredibly significant. If you choose an effective testing tool, it is much easier to test it with WeTest instead of using separate tools. Now let's have a look at advanced testing features offered by WeTest.

How WeTest Help You in Mobile Game Testing

The WeTest Mobile Game solution ensures S-level quality of products. Throughout the full life cycle of mobile games, a variety of quality metrics are tested to ensure high quality and growth of games.

Experienced team: With more than 10 years of QA experience, our expert-level testing team has tested over 1000 high-quality mobile games.

Full life cycle: The solution ensures the quality of all types of games throughout the process from demo and R&D to operation.

End-to-end testing: Test functional, performance, load, network and security, powered by 2000+ real devices covering 25+ coutries.

Leading technology: Integrates self-developed tools focusing on compatibility and performance to reduce the cost, improve the efficiency, and shorten the lead-time. Come with various APIs to support custom development.

We have all kinds of releated products to help you produce high-quality games such as PerfDog, GDPR Check, Crash Reporting and so on. PerfDog-full mobile platform performance test & analysis Tool can locate and analyze performance problems fast to improve the quality of app and games. We Test could also provide GDPR inspection for game manufacturers, scan the game package and check the application content, and dynamically capture and analyze the submitted compliance materials, so as to effectively help game manufacturers understand the relevant inspection content of GDPR.

WeTest has won widespread high praise among the customers in mobile game testing. To quickly locate performance issues during the operation period has always been a challenge for PUBG MOBILE due to large sizes of games. WeTest APM collects full scale performance data by integrating the SDK, and builds a closed-loop performance monitoring system based on analysis models. In addition to providing the original performance monitoring and analysis functions, WeTest APM has customized several functions for PUBG MOBILE, helping the project team to further dig into performance issues and improve the gaming experience and retain users.


Mobile game testing is not completely different from app testing. The same philosophies and tools are used for game testing as well. If you are looking for effective tool for mobile game testing, WeTest provides support and solution for you.

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