GAMEVIL/Com2us nominated in the Pocket Gamer Awards 2016

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March 7, 2016

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GAMEVIL and Com2uS have been nominated for the “PG Legends” award by Pocket Gamer, one of the most prominent mobile game press media.

Celebrating 10 years’ anniversary, Pocket Gamer has added a new award category, PG Legends, to find exceptional titles, developers, and publishers. This award aimed to celebrate some of the finest examples of mobile gaming.

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GAMEVIL and Com2uS has each earned a name in the ‘PG Legend’ award; ‘PG Best Publisher’ and ‘PG Best Developer’. Chosen as the only Korean mobile games company, competing with Supercell, Blizzard, EA…etc. Final selection results will be announced on 14 March.

This showcases GAMEVIL and Com2uS’s position in the global mobile industry where both companies have been aggressively investing for past years. For this year, both companies look to solidify their positions with upcoming titles like “Nine Hearts”, “War of Crown”, “Inotia”,  and “Home Run Battle 3.”

For more information on PG Awards 2016, visit http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/pgawards2016.asp

 

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