Socialpoint, a leading Spanish mobile gaming company, launches multiple games on AppGallery

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The launches start with Dragon City and Monster Legends, two of Socialpoint’s flagship titles

Socialpoint, a leading mobile games developer and wholly-owned studio of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc., today announced that their titles are now available on AppGallery, Huawei’s official app distribution platform.

Through this alliance, Huawei continues to offer Huawei users the elevated experiences through its services, consolidating AppGallery as the third-largest application platform in the world.

Based in Barcelona and part of Take-Two Interactive, Socialpoint is a world-renowned game developer and publisher specialising in mobile gaming. Socialpoint has eight games released worldwide, with over 700 million downloads and a very strong presence in the U.S. and European markets. Dragon City and Monster Legends are its flagship titles.

This collaboration between AppGallery and Socialpoint starts with the release of Dragon City followed by Monster Legends.

Dragon City boasts more than 1,500 dragons for players to collect, each beautifully designed with its own personality, skill, and rarity.  Players can breed, grow, and level up their dragons, and use them to compete in epic battles!

Monster Legends is an epic monster collection and battling game. Players can breed, feed, and train Legendary and Epic monsters, build their fighting force, and face the ultimate challenge: real-time battles against other Monster Masters!

We are very happy to start this relationship with Socialpoint, a leading company in smartphone game development. Thanks to this, we continue on the path of providing the best offering to our Huawei users and exponentially increasing the options available,” said Jaime Gonzalo, VP of Huawei Mobile Services in Europe.

Characterised as one of the fastest growing mobile app marketplaces in the world, AppGallery focuses its efforts on partnering with market-leading brands and game developers whose features appeal to a larger global audience. This has enabled the platform to deliver a steady stream of quality, exciting, challenging, and entertaining content, creating a special connection between users and their games, and bringing developers closer to new customers.

“We are excited that Dragon City and Monster Legends will now be available to a wider audience across the globe through our partnership with AppGallery. We look forward to seeing how players engage with both games on this new platform,” said Pasqual Batalla, COO of Socialpoint.

To support the dynamic growth of its games on AppGallery, Huawei recently introduced GameCenter, the official game service on Huawei devices. In addition, a special games tab was introduced as part of its navigation, which was launched along with AppGallery’s new design earlier this year, allowing users to find games and specific content aligned with their preferences more easily.

Huawei’s investment in the development of its Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) ecosystem has led to an increase of more than 81% year-on-year in the number of applications integrated into HMS, with a total of 173,000 apps currently available. This growth is also reflected in its community of developers registered on the HMS platform, which now exceeds 5.1 million, 300,000 of them in Europe alone. AppGallery currently operates in 170 countries worldwide and has 560 million monthly active users worldwide.