Mgame (CEO Kwon Lee-hyung) announced on the 4th that the cumulative sales of the first half of this year of the PC online game ‘Yeolgang Kangho Online’, which is being serviced in China, exceeded 66%year-on-year.
The company cited the opening of the new server in Wuxi, China, which was added on June 2 as a sales factor. As the new server was opened, the entire channel inflow surged and China’s sales rose.
The monthly sales in June, when the new server opened, recorded the highest sales in August last year, when the service was the highest since the service. June sales grew by 108% from the average monthly sales in the first half of 2021, and the average concurrent users in the first half increased by more than 15% compared to the same period last year. In particular, sales of Wuxi accounted for 40%of all China’s sales.
In order to continue such a rise, Mgame plans to introduce updates such as adding world, new level expansion, and new equipment in the second half of the year, and will be meticulously conducted in large-scale events from various items, the Mid-Autumn Day, and the National Day to Gwanggun Festival.
Kang Young-soon, the head of the online business division, said, The recent opening of the local new server is being released to reflect the needs of users. It seems to be.
On the other hand, Gyeolgangho Online is a global longevity game that has entered China, Taiwan, Thailand, Japan, the United States, and Vietnam since 2005, starting with Korea service in 2004. Since 2020, the company has been making the best monthly sales in China in a row, and has been playing a role in Mgame’s earnings.