U2opia launches new gaming platform Reycreo

By 2020 the mobile gaming is expected to cross $2bn in MEA and $30bn in Asia Pacific, the company expects.

    U2opia Mobile today announced the launch of Reycreo, a new platform to help game discovery and adoption in frontier markets.

    U2opia launches new gaming platform Reycreo

    According to the company, the platform has games across categories including - Action, Arcade, Adventure, Puzzles, and Logic. Users can play all the games on any browser anytime without downloading. A wide range of games can be played on any device, anywhere, any number of times.

    With multiple language support, users get a great gaming experience on their mobile data or Wi-Fi connection.

    Sumesh Menon, Co-Founder, and MD, U2opia Mobile said, "With Reycreo, our ambitions are to handhold first-time gamers through the exciting myriad world of game content. We are cognizant of challenges of high-speed bandwidth, handset compatibility and access to payment channels that are in some ways curtailing rapid game adoption. Reycreo is working towards solving for these systematically."

    The company says that Reycreo vision is been tailored to provide a progressive gaming experience for early adopters in these markets.

    Subscribers to Reycreo have an option to dive into an all - you - can - eat offering of over 500 browser-based bite-size games. This also serves as a simplified initiation to the world of gaming.

    Reycreo is currently live in South Africa, India, Malaysia, Cameroon, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Indonesia, Bissau, and Kenya. The mobile gaming market has huge potential in the frontier markets.

    By 2020 the mobile gaming is expected to cross $2bn in MEA and $30bn in Asia Pacific, the company expects.

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