gPotato NA and EU Offered to Webzen
Its Northern Border American and European divisions of MMO host gPotato continues to be offered to Webzen for $17.5 milllion.
After taking a loss within the first nine several weeks of 2012 and confirming a 40 % revenue loss compared to 2011, its northern border American and European divisions of MMO host gPotato continues to be offered for $17.5 milllion.
United States MMO gamers may have heard gPotato as writer for Flyff, Continent from the Ninth Seal (C9), and Allods Online (among other game titles). The Ecu division handles Dragonica, C9, Terra Militaris, Canaan Online, SEVENCORE, and Allods Online in the area.
The MMO portal/writer and it is parent company, Gala-Internet, happen to be offered to Webzen, that is most widely known for MU Online in the western world. The purchase gives total control famous gPotato’s presently printed games. They have even already set up their very own C9 site.
Will Webzen handle the ex-gPotato games much better than their previous owner did? I’ve not worked much together, however it is challenging worse than gPot. Their funds shops were/would be the worst — not literally the worst, but they are certainly within the running. Thinking about how badly the organization worked out this past year, this really is essentially victory-win for gPot and also the gamers of the games.