The dispute between Chinese technology giant Huawei and gaming giant Tencent resulted in the removal of Tencent games from Huawei’s store. After a day, Tencent games were added to the Huawei store again.
Yesterday morning, a tension between the two Chinese giants shocked the game world. Technology giant Huawei and gaming giant Tencent could not reach an agreement on sharing the income from mobile games. As a result, all games belonging to Tencent were removed from Huawei’s app store.
Tencent, which develops and publishes many popular games such as PUBG Mobile and Call of Duty Mobile, is naturally one of the biggest names in the mobile game world. This event, which will greatly affect the players, was fortunately resolved today without much extension.
Tencent games are on the Huawei store again:
As a result of the new talks between Huawei and Tencent, Tencent said in a new statement, “Both parties will continue to work together to provide better experience and service to consumers.” gave his statements. Tencent’s games took their place in Huawei’s app store after 1 day.
The reason for this tension between Huawei and Tencent was the share the tech giant wanted to earn from revenues, according to Tencent’s statement. Huawei was demanding 50% of Tencent’s revenue from mobile games for itself. However, Huawei’s request was not accepted by Tencent and this was the result.
It is not yet known exactly what decision was taken in the talks between Tencent and Huawei. However, the 50% share that Huawei requested from Tencent had previously annoyed other game developers. Shanghai headquartered Mihoyo was also one of the companies that could not deal with Huawei. Mihoyo had not released the “Genshin Impact” on Huawei’s app store.