Chat app gaming is one of the hottest emerging trends in the mobile games space - yet it isn't getting as much attention as the likes of augmented reality.
It’s taken a while to get here, but Facebook Instant Games has finally opened up to all developers, allowing them to make titles for the Messenger platform’s 1.3 billion monthly active users.
There’s also iMessage gaming, while WeChat’s mini-games platform (Weixin) opening up to external developers for the first time recently.
It'’s an exciting space with lots of emerging players - but being new also brings a lot of unknowns.
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To help demistify the space, for the rest of April we’ll be running articles related to the instant and chat app gaming space.
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