UTV Indiagames hits milestone on Nokia Store, with 50 million downloads

Published Date
17 - Jan - 2012
| Last Updated
17 - Jan - 2012
 
UTV Indiagames hits milestone on Nokia Store, with 50 million dow...

UTV Indiagames has reached a milestone in the mobile gaming world, crossing the 50 million downloads mark on the Nokia Store, with total downloads exceeding 57 million. The company offers over 300 mobile games across genres, with cricket, action and racing games its biggest sellers.

The company’s Cricket Fever series has done exceptionally well, with over 9 million downloads. Ra.One Genesis, the latest offering from UTV Indiagames on the Nokia Store, was a another top download, with 3 million downloads in just 3 months. You can check out the list of UTV Indiagames apps on Nokia Store, visit this page.

Speaking on the milestone, Vishal Gondal, CEO, UTV Indiagames, said:

“We are thrilled to have crossed the 50 million landmark. It is exciting as well as proud moment for the team. Mobile app stores like the Nokia Store have opened up avenues in the gaming world to exhibit and sell titles.Ra.One Genesis has done exceedingly well with over 3 million downloads. UTV Indiagames has successfully reached this landmark within a short span of 2 years and we look forward to creating another milestone soon.UTV Indiagames and Nokia have shared a strong partnership and we hope to successfully take gaming to the next level in India.”

Jasmeet Gandhi, Head, Services Marketing, Nokia, added:

“The success of UTV Indiagames crossing 50mn downloads on Nokia Store is a reflection of India’s inevitable progress to becoming an App Superpower. As leaders in the industry, Nokia is committed to nurturing a culture of innovation in the mobile app industry and support developers with tools and insights which can help them develop successful and rewarding applications for their consumers. The 50 million download mark on the Nokia Store is a huge achievement for UTVIndiagames, and a benchmark. We are delighted to celebrate the UTV Indiagames success story and look forward to more such milestones from Indian developers.”

 

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