Huawei partners with GameAnalytics to provide free analytics for mobile game developers

Huawei announced recently that GameAnalytics has joined Huawei Ecosystem as its Platform Partner in order to bring free game analytics to mobile game developers worldwide. With the partnership, all GameAnalytics features will now be available for all Huawei AppGallery apps. 

Used by nearly 100,000 developers and over 63,000 studios worldwide, GameAnalytics supports around 100,000 active games, providing necessary data to help mobile developers achieve their growth goals.

“The reach of Huawei’s platform, alongside our analytics, game ops, and ad revenue reporting tools make for a great combination, and greatly simplify the work developers need to do in order to be successful with this new, exciting channel,” said Ioana Hreninciuc, CEO at GameAnalytics.

Huawei, currently the 3rd largest ecosystem worldwide, reaches more than 2.3M developers and 530 million AppGallery monthly active users globally. With this move, Huawei aims to continue growing its ecosystem with more platform partners and further support the success of its game developers. 

Huawei looks forward to helping its developers gain useful insights for their mobile games through its partnership with GameAnalytics, as well as helping GameAnalytics achieve success through Huawei’s global network. Huawei and GameAnalytics have now introduced free analytics to over 2.3 million developers worldwide, making the game development community inclusive and accessible for all.

“Huawei’s app marketplace, AppGallery, is extensive and growing every day. For our community of game developers, this new channel can be an additional source of players and revenue, which can propel their existing portfolio of games to a new level of profitability,” said Hreninciuc. 

If you’re a Huawei game developer, you can get started with downloading and integrating GameAnalytics’ latest Android SDK

Here you can learn more about how to complete the integration and start reaching free analytics features. 

Written by Jordan Bevan

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