Yang Ye, Momo’s VP & Manager of Gaming Center

Chinese much-buzzed-about social app Momo recently announced its revenue-sharing ratio with developers on its gaming platform. Momo splits 50% of the revenues with most of the game developers and plans to roll out 2-3 games every month in the future, said Yang Ye, Momo’s VP and manager of gaming unit, at a game developer salon held in Chengdu.

Momo just announced 150 million registered users milestone early July, with monthly active users stood at 52.43 million as of the end of this June. Started as a stranger social app, Momo is trying to shake off its “hookup” and flirty reputation to gain attraction to wider user base. Most of Momo’s users are young people that are open and curious to new stuffs. According to Yang, users aged between 19 to 32 years old account for 82% of the app’s total user metrics.

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Emma Lee

Emma Lee is Shanghai-based tech writer, covering startups and tech happenings in China and Asia in general. We are looking for stories related to tech and China. Reach her at lixin@technode.com.