Huawei introduces a new gaming platform: HUAWEI Game Center

Bangalore: NFAPost: Huawei has announced the rollout of its official game service and distribution platform HUAWEI GameCenter to 33 countries and regions around the world. Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, Africa and other regions can now enjoy a richer gaming experience by downloading and using HUAWEI GameCenter through AppGallery.

A new game world specially created for next-level gaming experience

Huawei Announces Global Rollout of New Device Gaming Hub – HUAWEI GameCenter

GameCenter creates a unique game service platform and a unique experience for users, providing players with a richer experience through two main services: content service and user well-being.

With GameCentre, users can access pre-order games, new games, and popular games. Additionally, users can enjoy exclusive online gaming packages and offers when playing the games, through which users can grow their profile, unlock other discounts, and enjoy a range of benefits.

With GameCenter, developers can attract and retain players globally while achieving success

For developers building with Huawei, the GameCenter rollout offers the opportunity to reach a broader consumer audience of more than 700 million Huawei users globally.

The 1.6 million HMS (Huawei Mobile Services) developers are already creating unique new experiences that integrate Huawei’s Chipset-Device-Cloud capabilities.

These developers also unlock the potential to reach more dedicated fans through the HMS ecosystem which provides capabilities for all scenarios, global distribution channels, full-cycle operational management and support. Currently, HUAWEI GameCenter has partnerships with the world’s top game companies, such as Lilith games, IGG games, Gameloft, Forshow games, etc.

In future version updates, GameCenter will feature an in-app social community. This way, players will be able to use the platform as a way to socialize, make friends, and build communities of like-minded fans.

Editor’s Note: This article with images first appeared in its entirety in the NFA Post and is republished with permission.