Supercell, Finland-based game publisher, “father” of a series of popular mobile games such as Hay Day, Clash of Clans, Clash Royale, Boom Beach … has suddenly withdrawn from the market. Vietnam means that players in Vietnam cannot continue to play famous games developed by Supercell.
Uploaded on their official website, Supercell, developer of many famous mobile games on Android and iOS platforms like Clash of Clans, Clash Royole, Hay Day … suddenly said that they will stop issuing the My game in Vietnam market means that games released by Supercell will no longer appear on the Google Play app store (for Android) and App Store (for iOS) with users in Vietnam. .
Supercell did not give a specific reason for his surprise decision, but said the reason for the decision was “for some legal issues”.
The current time users in Vietnam can still access the games released by Supercell on mobile app stores, but in the next few days it will not be possible to continue doing this. Those who have installed Supercell games on their smartphones cannot continue to access the game to play as before.
For players who have used the money to buy in-game items, Supercell does not accept refunds for them and the closure of the game will be a big disadvantage for players who have spent no less money on their games. Supercell.
However Supercell still advises players to save their gaming progress in case Supercell can return to the Vietnamese market and players will not have to play the game again.
Vietnam Supercell suddenly broke up with the Vietnamese market, making many domestic players feel regretful, especially when many of Supercell’s games are having many players in Vietnam, notably Hay Day and Clash of Clans and Clasy Royale.
Many gamers in Vietnam also expressed regret when they have to part ways with their favorite mobile games and have had a long time to stick.
Supercell was founded in 2010 in Helsinki (Finland), Supercell is a mobile game developer with many favorite products in the world. In 2016, China’s Tencent technology group spent $ 8.6 billion to acquire 84% of Supercell and became the largest shareholder and took control of Supercell so far.