Tencent Launched Mobile Flash Gaming Platform

July 15, 2011

Tencent launched its QQ mobile flash gaming platform yesterday, allowing developers to submit their flash games. Tencent has also offered advertising API and paying API to developers, the commission proportion is unknown.

The platform has been released on Android, S60 and V5. A total number of 21 flash games went on-line, including Golden Miner, QQ Farmville and Street-Ball.

UC mobile web browser represents 51.41% of all mobile web browsers; Tencent mobile web browser makes the second with a share of 18.41%.

As of this May, UC Fairyland’s total users have reached 8 million with a MAU of 6 million; a dozen of games have been released on the platform. Tencent has acquired one of UC’s flash technical support companies last year.



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