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DEC 27, 2023

2023: A year of success for Com2uS Platform

by CoinNess Global

2023 has been a year of significant growth for Com2uS Holdings subsidiary Com2uS Platform, which has gained recognition for leveraging blockchain technology to bring content-focused services to users around the world. “This year, Com2uS Platform has achieved high growth in all fields,” said CEO Choi Seok-won, according to an article by Korean news outlet Kuki News. “In the coming year, we will not only serve as the technology hub of the Com2uS Group but also actively engage in other projects to become the center of the global Web3 ecosystem.”

Expanding horizons

Indeed, the firm’s subsidiaries, including the blockchain-based game development service Hive and NFT marketplace X-PLANET, have been leading various business ventures. The former has signed contracts with 40 games from 27 gaming companies this year alone. In terms of newly signed game titles, this marks a 307% year-on-year growth.
The latter, on the other hand, ranked first in sales among domestic competitors last month, arguably driven by its collaboration with Toei Animation and Korean publishing company Daewon Media on a special NFT drop celebrating the 35th anniversary of Choushinsei Flashman’s Korean release. Choushinsei Flashman is a popular Japanese live-action superhero series that aired in the 1980s, earning fans all over South Korea. In line with these efforts to pursue projects with trendy topics, the company also teamed up with South Korean game developer ArumGames to create a game utilizing Com2uS’ Bungopang IP, which will be launched next year.

Strategic alliances

Com2uS Platform’s global expansion has also seen tangible results, such as a recent business partnership with Bangkok-based marketing and game service company SHIN-A, which will play a role in its foothold in Thailand, a key emerging market. Under the agreement, SHIN-A has committed to establishing a Hive team in Thailand and serving as an official global reseller.
The platform has also been active in the public sector, signing contracts with various public organizations such as the Seoul Business Agency, Gwangju Information and Content Agency and Korea Creative Content Agency to train practitioners in a wide range of fields across IT and entertainment, such as the internet, AI, big data, fintech, metaverse and gaming. These projects are expected to lead to the discovery of young talent and facilitate more opportunities for collaboration with gaming companies.
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