Mobile Streams welcome the 6 millionth user on flagship HTML5 service
London, United Kingdom - 23 Nov 2018 - Mobile Streams, the global mobile content retailer, announces an agreement with CoolGames to provide their HTML5 service to third party companies in India.
Mobile Streams launched their HTML5 games service mobilegaming.com in Argentina in 2015, with the Indian service following a year later. Featuring over 300 high quality titles which include racing, puzzle and endless runner games, the store has gained subscribers at an encouraging rate, reaching over 6 million subscribers since launch in recent months.
Founded in 2009, CoolGames has been making mobile gaming content available outside of the traditional marketplace and app stores. Using purely HTML5 technology, the company has published hundreds of casual games since its launch.
Simon Buckingham, CEO of Mobile Streams said: "We are very happy with the performance of our HTML5 games store since launching in India in 2018. We are very appreciative of the support and expertise CoolGames have provided and expect the partnership to flourish in the future."
Robert Hoogstraten of CoolGames said: "We are very happy to partner with Mobile Streams and look forward to continually growing the business and working together on new challenges in the upcoming months."
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About Mobile Streams
Founded in 1999, Mobile Streams distributes mobile content directly to consumers through its mobilegaming.com cross-platform games store. In 2006, the company completed an IPO in London (L: MOS). Mobile Streams operates globally through subsidiaries in North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific.
With our high-quality casual and social games, CoolGames has built up a fast growing global audience of gamers in the US, Europe and Asia. More than 2 million daily active users and over 20 million active users play our games each month. As many new Messenger Platforms are now launching HTML5 social games, we expect to see significant further growth.
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