On the second day of the Huawei Developer Conference 2023, Huawei signed a partnership with over 20 Chinese game developers to expand the HarmonyOS ecosystem and participate in its development.
According to the information, Big Chinese game houses including NetEase, Le Elements, Sanqi, Ali, Perfect World, Cocos, Hero Entertainment, and China Mobile Games appeared in the cooperation signing ceremony. These companies adopted a new game platform under the presence of Wu Hao, CEO of Huawei Interactive Media Corps, and president of Huawei Terminal Cloud Service Interactive Media BU.
These 20 game developers aim to publish games from these firms on HarmonyOS to jointly promote the development of the gaming industry and HarmonyOS ecosystem.
Since the establishment of the new AppGallery, Huawei is continuously promoting developer-friendly incentives and offers to grow apps and games on the app distribution platform.
Ao Ran, executive vice chairman and secretary-general of China Audiovisual and Digital Publishing Association said that this cooperation provides the opportunity for a new technological revolution. It will allow the industry to enhance the core competitiveness of safe and controllable technology.
Wu Hao also gave his thoughts on this occasion, saying that this ceremony marks the 10th anniversary of Huawei Game Center. The company is ready to adhere to more partners and join the construction of the HarmonyOS ecosystem.
Specifically, Huawei signed HarmonyOS game ecosystem development partnership with the following companies NetEase, Le Elements, Sanqi, Ali, Perfect World, Cocos, Hero Entertainment, China Mobile Games, Youzu, Shenghe, Youka, Mini Ideas, Qile, Yi Shijie, Tuyou, play800, Shiyue, Chaoxi Guangnian, Mu Tong, Giant, Flying Fish, Deep Blue Interactive, Bilibili, and Dobit. As an outcome, these firms will submit Chinese game titles – A Chinese Ghost Story, Juvenile Three Kingdoms 2, and Happy Xiaoxiaole very soon.
What’s more important is that these titles are natively designed and developed for HarmonyOS devices.