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    Huawei launches game distribution platform Huawei GameCenter

    HuaweiCentral reported that Huawei has launched an official game service and distribution platform called the Huawei GameCenter in 13 countries and regions around the world.

    Huawei GameCenter is a one-stop game service platform launched by Huawei. It gathers mobile game users from all over the world through new content and rewards. It provides users with exclusive game packages and other undisclosed services.

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    In addition, the platform can also be used to replace the Google Play Games application to manage games and related settings on the device. According to reports, this service will be pre-installed on upcoming Huawei phones such as Huawei Mate 40.

    Huawei users in the Asia-Pacific region, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa and other regions can currently download and use the GameCenter through the Huawei App Market.

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