Busan’s Bexco Convention Center
South Korea’s biggest event show G-Star 2020 kicked off in its first-ever online run for the next four days, inviting game enthusiasts to experience the latest in the pipeline from the game powerhouse.
Game publishers participating in the event include big and smaller players - Nexon, Crafton, Neowiz, Smilegate, Kakao Games, Com2us and 2K – tuning into global audience through live broadcasting or recorded videos on Twitch, the world’s leading game live streaming platform, as well as YouTube’s G-Star TV channel. Offline event has also kicked off at Busan’s Bexco Convention Center.
Its main sponsor WeMade will showcase “Mir 4,” its first mobile massively multiplayer online role-playing (MMORPG) on the first day of the event.
Kakao Games will unveil detailed information and development process of its much-anticipated mobile MMORPG “Odin: Valhalla Rising.”
Nexon’s “V4”. [Photo by Nexon]
New MMORPG “Elyon,” developed by Crafton and will be serviced by Kakao Games, and Nexon’s upcoming “KurtzPel” and “KonoSuba Mobile” will also be revealed during the event.
Meanwhile, Nexon’s “V4” grabbed the best Korean game title at the Korea Game Awards 2020 held at E-sports Arena in Busan on Wednesday.
The mobile MMORPG developed by Nexon’s subsidiary Nat Games also took home additional awards for outstanding sound, graphic and planning and design, sweeping four prizes in total.
The runner-up was “Lord of Heroes” by Clover Games.
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