Netmarble Corp. (Korean: 넷마블컴퍼니) is a South Korean game publishing company. As of 2015, it had more than 3,000 employees and served over 120 countries worldwide. Netmarble earned $900 million in profits in 2015. The firm expected to earn $1.1 billion by the close of the 2016 fiscal year.
|Traded as||KRX: 251270|
|Industry||Mobile game, Web game|
|Founded||March 1, 2000|
|Headquarters||Guro District, Seoul|
|Revenue||KRW 1,500 billion (2016)|
|KRW 294 billion (2016)|
|KRW 209 billion (2016)|
|Total assets||KRW 1,957 billion (2016)|
|Total equity||KRW 1,310 billion (2016)|
|Owner||Bang Joon-hyuk (24.31%)|
CJ E&M Corp. (21.96%)
Tencent (Han River Investment Pte. Ltd.) (17.66%)
NCsoft Corp. (6.85%)
Number of employees
|3,000 non-consolidated in Korea (2016)|
Netmarble has developed mobile games including Seven Knights, Raven (Evilbane in the U.S.) and Everybody's Marble. It also claims a large shareholder stake in SGN, a casual game developer, and has a strategic partnership with CJ E&M Corporation. Since 2015, the company has licensed Disney-owned properties to produce games such as Marvel: Future Fight (2015), Disney Magical Dice (2016), and Star Wars: Force Arena (2017).
Notable games availableEdit
- Assault Gear
- Blossom Party
- Destiny6 (Not out worldwide yet)
- Disney Magical Dice
- District 187: Sin Streets
- Dragon Ball Online (드래곤볼 온라인)
- Dragon Striker
- Everybody's Marble (모두의마블)
- Firstborn: Kingdom Come
- Fishing Strike
- Grandchase (그랜드체이스)
- GunZ: The Duel (건즈 더 듀얼)
- Iron Throne
- Koongya Heroes
- Legend of Edda
- LINE's Get Rich
- Lineage 2: Revolution
- Magic Cat Story
- Marvel: Future Fight
- Mini Fighter
- Naughty Monster Party
- OZ Chronicle
- Prius Online
- Raven (레이븐) (Evilbane in the U.S.)
- Queen's Blade (Scarlet Blade in Europe and America)
- SD Gundam Capsule Fighter
- Seven Knights (세븐나이츠)
- Star Wars: Force Arena
- Stone Age Begins (스톤에이지)
- Uncharted Waters Online
- WonderKing Online
- YS Online
- "Netmarble names Park Sean as new CEO".
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- "Marvel: Future Fight launches from Netmarble". Marvel Entertainment. April 30, 2015. Retrieved July 26, 2017 – via Marvel.com.
- Jones, Elton (April 28, 2016). "Disney Magical Dice: Top 10 Tips & Cheats You Need to Know". Heavy.com. Retrieved July 26, 2017.
- Minotti, Mike (November 17, 2016). "Star Wars: Force Arena for mobile sure looks like a MOBA". VentureBeat. Retrieved July 26, 2017.
- Brooks, Dan (January 12, 2017). "Dream Teams: How Star Wars: Force Arena Puts You in Control of the Galaxy's Greatest". StarWars.com. Retrieved July 26, 2017.
- Shaul, Brandy (January 12, 2017). "Netmarble Launches Star Wars: Force Arena on iOS, Android". AdWeek. Retrieved July 26, 2017.
- "Star Wars: Force Arena". Netmarble Game. Retrieved July 26, 2017 – via StarWarsForceArena.com.
- Herman, Tamar. "Netmarble Games Becomes Second-Largest Shareholder Of BTS's Label, BigHit Entertainment". Forbes.