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The digital storefront offers convenient access to MY.GAMES’ library of critically acclaimed titles, plus a host of useful tools for developers, players, and content creators.

Dec. 5, 2019 - International gaming brand MY.GAMES has launched the beta version of its new gaming platform, the MY.GAMES Store. The platform provides a digital storefront that hosts MY.GAMES’ current complete, diverse portfolio of critically acclaimed videogames, and a selection of quality third-party titles. First announced at Gamescom in Cologne back in August 2019, the platform will also allow developers and publishers to distribute free-to-play and premium PC games worldwide while taking advantage of a range of benefits and convenient development tools.

At the launch of the MY.GAMES Store’s open beta phase, players will have access to the following features:

Your Games Catalogue

Explore fun and amazing new worlds with a library of awesome videogames from MY.GAMES and other publishers available at launch, including titles like Warface, Conqueror’s Blade, and Skyforge.

MY.GAMES Market

Players can find all the best deals on in-game items and bundles through this web store. MY.GAMES Market also features integration with the Donation Alerts service, which provides content creators with the tools and analytics they need to effectively monetise their content while creating stronger connections between developers and players.

Customisable User Profiles and Media Sharing

Players can enjoy a level of customisation beyond simply displaying their username, avatar, and friends list. They’ll be able to save their greatest achievements and gaming moments, and share screenshots and video clips with a global community of players.

Dedicated Community Hub

A dedicated space for players to communicate, and discuss their favourite games and experiences.

MY.GAMES GameCenter

The revamped game launcher features a stylish, simple, clean interface, and provides a gateway for easy access to users’ personal library of titles.

Lootdog

MY.GAMES Store facilitates integration with Lootdog, a service for buying and selling items in online games with the ability to withdraw money.

Starting with the beta phase, the launch will roll out over several stages in the coming year, adding even more new games, tools, and services along the way. Upcoming features include a messaging system, the ability to send and receive gifts, an achievements system, and a mobile app. Developers will also have the ability to stream content on their titles’ pages, use analytical tools for assessing their titles’ efficiency metrics, and much more.

“MY.GAMES has vast experience in developing and publishing games in foreign markets,” said Rodion Kotenikov, Head of MY.GAMES Store. “Our gaming platform caters to an international audience. It was developed by our team to be convenient for both players and partners alike, adding more and more functions over time. We created the MY.GAMES Store bearing in mind the needs and preferences of our partners as well as the player community.”

Feedback on the MY.GAMES Store platform’s beta phase is welcome through the MY.GAMES Store support page.

About MY.GAMES

MY.GAMES is Mail.ru Group’s international gaming brand and a leading online entertainment company. MY.GAMES comprises 10 regional offices in Russia, Europe, and the US, more than 1,800 staff and 13 own developer studios. MY.GAMES creates titles for the PC, consoles and mobile devices. The company operates more than 60 projects with more than 150 titles in its portfolio, including War Robots, Hustle Castle, Left to Survive, Bombastic Brothers, HAWK: Freedom Squadron, as well as Skyforge, Legend: Legacy of the Dragons, Allods Online. The Global Operations Department portfolio includes renowned titles like Warface, ArcheAge, Perfect World, Revelation, Conqueror's Blade, Lost Ark, and others. More than 540 million players have registered in MY.GAMES titles. Moreover, the company develops its own media, the MY.GAMES Store PC platform, a dedicated investment division (MRGV), gaming and esports services, and much more.

 

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