Netmarble Games Corp, Asia’s leading mobile gaming company, announced that on July 5th Netmarble managed to be ranked 5th out of 77 countries worldwide for the best-selling game category in App Store. According to the chart of the best-selling games launched by App Annie, a global mobile data analytics company, Lineage 2 Revolution and MARVEL Contest of Champions has dominated the best-selling game charts. Both are also listed in the Top 5 in several countries, including the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, India, and Brazil.
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Kabam, which was acquired by Netmarble last May, reaching the top of the list of best-selling games App Store United States and positioned itself as the Top 5 in 70 countries, including the United States. This success was achieved thanks to the introduction of the latest content from MARVEL Contest of Champions released in connection with the film Spider-Man: Homecoming. Netmarble Lineage 2 Revolution which was released in 11 Asian countries on June 14 has also achieved resounding success. The game made it into the top 5 in 7 Asian countries, including Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Philippines, Macau, and other countries.
Netmarble planning to launch MMORPG Lineage 2 Revolution
“Our gaming enthusiasts are increasing with the presence of MARVEL Contest of Champions which stole the attention of Western fans and Lineage 2 Revolution which is one of the best games in Asia,” said Seungwon Lee, Netmarble Games Chief Global Officer. “Lineage 2 Revolution will also be released in Japan in the third quarter and in the United States in the fourth, which will enhance our global performance.”
Netmarble planning to launch MMORPG Lineage 2 Revolution in Japan in the third quarter, as well as in the Western market in the fourth quarter. To date, there have been more than 670,000 players in Japan who have pre-registered. Lineage 2 Revolution has also been introduced for the first time in the United States in the event GDC (Game Developers Conference) which took place this year in San Francisco. City Clock, where Netmarble is the largest shareholder, also has a promising performance. Five games from City Clock among them, Panda Pop, Jam Cookies, Family Guy Another Freakin’ Mobile Game, Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow, and Genies & Gems also received a positive response and increasingly loved by users.
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