Disney to Promote 300 new Mobile Games

9Apps is a subsidiary of Alibaba Group has announced that they have tied up with Disney to host and promote more than 300 mobile games from its gaming catalogue. Disney for the first time in India had partnered with India’s most third party market 9Apps to develop its popular games worldwide.  This will be good news for the game lovers by getting more games from Disney world.

The games that are going to showcase by 9Apps include Inside Out thought Bubbles, Toy Story: Smash it, Mickey Cup, Minnie Cake Factory, Lion King, Cricket World Cup Fever, Where’s My Water?, ABCD2, Arjun: Prince Bali and so many games.

“We are glad to see top players like Disney India choosing 9Apps as a medium to popularise their games. This is a positive indication that our capacity in providing customised promotion service has been recognised by both major stakeholders and the industry,” said Ebrahim Popat, Country Manager, 9Apps in a statement.

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”9Apps is an association of choice to promote our rich catalogue of games and widen our consumer touch-points,” added Sameer Ganapathy, VP and Head, Interactive-Disney India.

The collaboration falls under 9Apps Top developer program with an aim to promote foster of the ecosystem for digital content developers to reach their target. Previously, 9Apps has developed a USD 20million InDev program to help Indian independent and start developers with specially designed solutions.

9Apps is a distribution platform for mobile applications of Alibaba mobile group business. It is also an International third party Android applications and games app. 9Apps allows the users to download apps and games without logging in.

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It was founded in the year 2013, and it covers the users from 100 emerging countries. By April 2016, more than 26 million daily app or games users and 250 million monthly users are active in 9Apps. Now the number increased to 800 million monthly users.

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