Reliance Launches Digital Store for Game Named as Games Arcade App
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Reliance Communications who took a revolution among various mobile operators with Jio is moving forward for getting innovative technologies. Reliance has launched new Digital Store for games Games Arcade App to counter Google Play Store. Opera Apps powers the digital store for Android games initiated by Reliance.

From this Games Arcade App store Reliance customers can access best and popular Android games at affordable rates of Rs. 10-15 only. The users can download the endless games during the validity period.

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On the launch of new Digital Store, Chief Executive Officer, Consumer Business, Reliance Communications Limited, Gurdeep Singh spoke few words about their new application. He said, “Due to the vast increase of smartphones in the country, we are focusing on providing rich digital services to our customers. Gaming is hugely popular among young Indian patrons, and here we are proudly presenting you the new Android Gaming Digital store for Reliance customers to get best games.”

The games available in Reliance Games Arcade App are full versions and ad free. They include in-app purchases. Using the advanced options, users can view most downloaded games, featured games, etc. An important note is that Payment can be done using the mobile balance or added to the postpaid bill.

According to the Indian Games Market Review by Nasscom, In India, around 40-50 million people playing games on their smartphones. The mobile gaming industry expects to grow by 40-50% yearly.

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Peter Panait Lojmand, Senior Vice President of Opera Apps Club said, “In India, smartphones are widely used by young people under the age of 25 years and in that 63 % are gamers. We are happy to tie up Reliance Communications, and through this, we are bringing exciting games to the customers.”