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Google Cloud partners with Indian startup SuperGaming to offer gaming engine to developers  

By Editor - Wed Nov 23, 9:32 pm

Google Cloud has partnered with SuperGaming to offer the Indian gaming startup’s proprietary gaming engine, SuperPlatform, to developers worldwide, the latest in a series of recent steps from the Android-maker to expand focus into the gaming industry. The cloud arm of the search giant said Thursday that as part of its partnership, it will offer the Pune-headquartered startup’s gaming engine to help developers worldwide to help them manage their live ops, matchmaking, player progression and data, analytics, server scaling and merchandising. These tools are designed to help firms maintain, optimize and scale their games. The upstart SuperGaming, which uses its gaming engine in its own titles as well as the official PAC-MAN game for mobile devices, has garnered millions of downloads to its mobile titles such as MaskGun, Silly Royale and Tower Conquest. SuperGaming initially developed SuperPlatform to power its own games, and started to license the service to other developers in 2019

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Google Cloud partners with Indian startup SuperGaming to offer gaming engine to developers

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