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DeNA continues Chinese expansion with Huawei agreement

Mobile social company DeNA is continuing its push into the Chinese gaming space with a new agreement that will see its Mobage mobile games platform available via Huawei mobile devices in the country.
Newsbrief: Mobile social company DeNA is continuing its push into the Chinese gaming space with a new agreement that will see its Mobage mobile games platform available via Huawei mobile devices in the country. Although the Android Market is not available in China, Huawei's third-party app store HiSpace is accessible to Chinese Android gamers. As part of this new agreement, DeNA's Mobage games will be made available via HiSpace. There are also plans for future Hauwei mobile devices to come with a preloaded link to HiSpace's list of Mobage games on the device's home screen. This move comes as part of DeNA's efforts to expand its services in China. Earlier this month, the company announced a partnership with Chinese mobile platform Baidu, with Mobage made available via Baidu's Yi Store in China.

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