South Korea’s Nexon, one of the world’s largest online videogame companies, said its founder, Jungju Kim, has died. The 54-year-old founder, who also was known as Jay Kim, founded Nexon in 1994 and turned it into a global powerhouse by developing and publishing blockbuster role-playing games played simultaneously by thousands or millions of participants. Nexon’s success has made Kim one of...
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