BEIJING (Reuters) – Tencent’s online game offerings have been removed from Huawei’s app store since the two companies failed to reach an agreement on revenue sharing, Tencent and a source said on Friday.
“Due to the failure of Huawei’s mobile game platform to renew its contract with our Mobile Game Promotion Project Agreement as scheduled, relevant products of Tencent Games were suddenly removed from the shelves early this morning,” Tencent said in a statement.
“At present, active communication is being made to try to resume as soon as possible,” it said.
Tencent sells some of the top-ranked online games worldwide, while Huawei has a 41.4% share of the China mobile phone market and 14.9% of the global market, according to data from market research firms IDC and Canalys.
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