Neowiz invested in the blockchain gaming platform Epic League

Neowiz announced on the 16th that it has invested in the Blockchain Gaming Platform Epic League. In addition to Neowiz, Netmarble, Polygon Ventures, and Blockchain Technology Development Company Ogis participated as investors.


Epic League is a hub platform that connects blockchain games, communities and guilds. At the Netmarble and Line Studio, Kim Sung-jae, who has served as technical directors and producers such as Raven, Marvel Future Revolution, and BTS Universe Story, and the general manager of blockchain experts, Shin Shin-hye business. Baek Young-hoon, former Netmarble COO (Chief Operating Officer), and Sandbox advisor and former Riot Games, former Creative Officer Thomas Vice, participate as advisors. He is currently preparing three P & E (Play and Earn) games: Dark Throne, Space Monster, and Twilight Fantasy.

The first game, Dark Throne, is about to launch a global release in the third quarter. It is an action RPG in the ‘Nuclear & Slash’ style, and Lee Ji-hyung, a cover artist of Marvel and DC Comics, is a work director. In the deep and dark fantasy world, you can kill various monsters with characters such as paladin, assassin, and demon hunter, and you can experience the fun of nuclear and slash with simple operation. In June, NFT holders in 29 countries around the world were recognized for their game performance in a seven-day closed test on the last day.

Neowiz plans to seek synergy to expand the ecosystem of its blockchain game platform ‘Intella X’, while also capturing business opportunities through continuous investment and strategic partnerships..

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