Nexon America reported its preliminary revenues for that second quarter have jumped 26 percent over 2009, with June being particularly strong, recording a 36 percent boost in revenues above the same time this past year.
The revenue increase follows continued boost in Nexon's North American player base in their free-to-play online PC games. MapleStory recently passed the 7 million registered user mark, as well as Combat Arms blazing past 4 million new registered users, while Mabinogi topped one million new registered users earlier this season.
"Our player base and revenues still expand, which lets us know that gamers learn that our free-to-play enterprize model fits their play needs," said Daniel Kim, Nexon America's CEO. "MapleStory is celebrating its fifth year of service in North America and shows no manifestation of slowing down, while Combat Arms keeps growing into one with the market's hottest online FPS games. With the recent successful launch of Dungeon Fighter Online and the discharge of Vindictus above, 2010 looks to become a big year for Nexon in North America."
Highlighting the very first half of 2010 for Nexon included its very first time exhibiting at E3 Expo in Los Angeles, where attendees enthusiastically embraced the hands-on demo of Vindictus. Also at E3, Nexon hosted a "Hollywood beach party" where it brought together luminaries from throughout the online gaming industry.
"We developed a strong statement about Nexon's leadership position at E3 and we will bust your tail to maintain that momentum, deliver great games and carry on and satisfy the gaming pubic," Kim added. Now more ways to buy bargain MapleStory 2 Mesos, as an example, visit official MMOAH site.
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