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Following our events tour through Europe and the West Coast, it was time for our Korean Team to shine at G-STAR and BGC in Busan.
The last few months have been major for Enjin in Korea.
We made our mark (and blockchain history) at Busan Indie Connect (BIC) Festival, where we gave away the world’s first ERC-1155 collectible souvenir.
Then, we joined government and industry experts from across the world to discuss the regulation and future of blockchain technology at the Global Blockchain Policy Conference in South Korea’s National Assembly.
We also solidified a partnership with the Korea Mobile Game Association (KMGA) and Korea Blockchain Contents Association (KBCA) to expand our presence in South Korea and help boost the country’s blockchain game industry.
Most recently, we made our way back to Busan for G-STAR 2018 and to speak at the Busan Global Game Center (BGC). The city is beginning to feel like a second home.
Hosted by the Korea Association of Game Industry (K-GAMES), G-STAR is Korea’s largest game exhibition and is considered the central hub for the gaming industry in Asia.
To say G-STAR lived up to this reputation would be an understatement. With 235,082 attendees, the crowds were mind-blowing.
A testament to G-STAR’s continued (and seemingly exponential) growth, for the first time ever, a non-Korean company was dubbed the event’s main sponsor: Epic Games.
Naturally, Fortnite was everywhere.
But we didn’t go to G-STAR just to be faces in a massive crowd.
As with all events we attend, we went to stand out and make an impact—to educate and inform attendees about blockchain technology’s ability to transform gaming and the world as we know it.
With that in mind, our Head of Marketing in Korea Danbee presented “Gaming in 2019, Dreaming of Blockchain” as part of a seminar hosted ...
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