SHAREit continues to broaden the horizons of more and more mobile gaming fans across the MENA region and play an influential role in the segment’s rise in popularity. The platform is introducing avid gamers to a whole new world of possibilities, delivering newfound value through an extensive range of features for players of all skill levels and interests.
What makes the application unique from a gaming standpoint is the exclusive gaming center, which has received commercial and critical acclaim. Boasting one of the world’s largest catalogs of its kind with over 2000 mobile games, users are empowered with unlimited access to HTML5 games, gaming videos, and the ability to download hot games. In addition, they receive personalized recommendations based on their preferences, while there is a variety of options for casual, social, midcore, hardcore, and professional gamers.
“Providing high-quality digital content has become synonymous with the SHAREit experience and this includes games. Thanks to our gaming center, the features within, and the capabilities it places in the hands of users, we are riding a high wave of momentum heading into this year and beyond,” said Karam Malhotra, Partner and Global Vice-President, SHAREit. “Whether it be action, adventure, simulation, casual, or something else entirely, there is a gaming category for everybody on our application. Moreover, the most valuable, personalized content is easily discoverable and seamlessly accessible – something we are proud to facilitate. Looking ahead, these two factors will draw more people to play games on SHAREit and enjoy mobile entertainment like never before.”
Besides testimonials from active gamers, the worldwide mobile gaming evolution is best emphasized through statistics of recent years and projections for the coming period. In 2021, the total number of mobile gamers is set to increase to 2.8 billion, which will enable the global segment to generate USD 189.3 billion by the year’s end – rising from USD 174.9 billion in 2020. This figure will likely grow to USD 217.9 billion within two years if current trends persist, and 5G network penetration will be an influential factor driving growth. By 2022, 16% of smartphones will be 5G ready – up from 5% in 2020 – and the technology’s market is expected to be 43% by 2023.
“Every indication is that the mobile gaming segment will continue to break barriers in the coming years,” added Karam Malhotra. “At SHAREit, we fully anticipate the market reaching greater heights during this time and we are excited about upcoming opportunities. Gaming is very much here to stay, and we look forward to making significant contributions and meeting the demand of every user old and new.”