Bengaluru: NFAPost: Huawei has announced the rollout of its official game service and distribution platform HUAWEI GameCenter in 33 countries and regions worldwide.GameCentre is a platform designed to bring mobile gaming communities together through high-quality content and rewards, meaning Huawei users in Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa and other regions can now enjoy a richer gaming experience by downloading and using HUAWEI GameCenter via AppGallery.
A new world of gaming specially created for next-level gaming experience
GameCenter creates a one-stop game service platform and unique experience for users, providing game players with a richer experience through two core services: content service and user welfare.
With GameCentre, users can get access to the pre-order games, new games and popular games. Also, users can take advantage of exclusive online game packages and offers when playing the games, through which users can grow their profile, unlock further discounts and enjoy a range of benefits.
With GameCenter, developers can attract and retain players globally while achieving business success
For developers creating with Huawei, the rollout of GameCenter provides an opportunity to reach a wider consumer audience of 700 million+ Huawei users on a global scale.
The 1.6 million HMS (Huawei Mobile Services) developers are already creating unique, new experiences that incorporate Huawei’s Chipset-Device-Cloud capabilities.
These developers are also unlocking the potential to reach more devoted fans through HMS ecosystem that provides all-scenario capabilities, global distribution channels, full-cycle operational management and support. Currently, HUAWEI GameCenter has partnerships with top global game companies, such as Lilith games, IGG, Gameloft, Forshow games etc.
In future version upgrades, GameCenter will feature an in-app social community. That way, players will be able to use the platform as a way to socialize, make friends and build communities of fans with the same interests.
Editor’s note: This article with images first appeared in full in the NFA Post and is republished with permission