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9Apps Partners with Gameloft Game Publisher

By: DT News Network
December, 27, 2016

9Apps, part of Alibaba Group announced its partnership with Gameloft, a digital and social game publisher to distribute its most popular games in India. Through this partnership Gameloft users will be able to enjoy its top games like Asphalt Nitro, Real Football 2016, Dragon Mania Legends, Danger Dash and many more on the 9Apps platform.

Commenting on the partnership, EbrahimPopat, Country Manager, 9Apps, said, “We are glad that leaders in the gaming industry like Gameloft are choosing our platform to popularize their games. We are always on the lookout for partnerships that can add value to our users and, in turn, help companies reach out to our global user base of over 250 million monthly users and a strong India footprint.”

Talking about the association, Ashish Gupta, Country Manager-India, Bangladesh, Sri-Lanka, Gameloft, added, “We are elated to partner with 9Apps. This collaboration between two leaders will help the eco-system of the gaming industry to reach the masses, increase accessibility and provide superior gaming experience. Through 9Apps, high-quality titles will be more accessible to consumers & will enhance their overall gaming experience.”

9Apps is one of the most popular Android app marketplaces with more than 250 million monthly active users who generate over 800 million app distributions every month and 26 million app downloads every single day.

Gameloft’s presence in Indian Territory can be traced back to 10 years. With 140 million monthly active users and 5 billion impressions available, Gameloft recently started its mobile advertising solutions aimed at delivering immersive mobile gaming experience combined with engaging advertising content.

 

 

 

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