Huawei restored back Tencent’s online game which was removed due to a dispute over benefit-sharing Chinese companies.
Huawei Tencent Game dispute
Huawei Tencent Game dispute: Huawei Tencent was expecting on a 50 percent share in game sales on the App Store. A source said that game was dropped from Huawei App store because the businesses were unable to reach an agreement on the issue.
After further talks, Game is back on the App Store, with Tencent saying “the both companies will work together collaboratively to bring better services and experience for the consumers”.
Huawei Technologies Co is a Chinese multinational technology company headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong. It designs, develops, and sells telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics.
Tencent Holdings Ltd is also a Chinese multinational technology conglomerate, based in the Nanshan District of Shenzhen, is a Internet-related services and products company, including entertainment, artificial intelligence, and other technology.
Huawei owns 40 percent of China’s mobile market and Tencent is a big company selling top online games across the world as per data from market researchers IDC. Few game developers & community protested Huawei’s revenue sharing demands, including Shanghai-based Mihio, which decided not place its hit game Genshin Impact on Huawei’s App Store last year.