Huawei's HiGame is now available across the MEA

Android mobile game store HiGame is now available across the region
Gaming, Huawei’ HiGame, MEA, Mobile handsets

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 Huawei’s Middle East and Africa internet service department announced that the Android mobile game store HiGame is now available across the region on the Mate 9 as well as other Huawei devices.

The platform which launched in China in October 2013 is now pre-installed on the Mate 9. The gaming applications are provided by third party developers who are carefully selected to ensure all games are as entertaining as they are engaging. Certain games are even educational and a few will be exclusive to the HiGame store including ‘MOBA Legends’ and ‘The Arabian Nights’.

All games go through rigorous testing to check for safety and quality. The interface is personalised, simple and user friendly with features such as a rating system, ‘Top Charts’ lists and location services that feature popular games based on geography.

 

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