Jang Hyun-guk, CEO of Wemade, said, “I feel like I’m receiving good energy after winning the DIX LOL World Cup.”
“Dialx’s LOL World Cup victory feels good.”
WeMade CEO Jang Hyun-guk, who recently signed an MOU for a partnership with DIX, who won the League of Legends World Championship (LOL World Cup), expressed satisfaction, saying, “I feel good.”
On the 10th, Wemade and DIX decided to explore and cooperate with new markets and business opportunities. WeMade CEO Jang Hyun-guk, who held a press conference at BEXCO in Busan on the 17th, said, “We announced in November that we would attract 21 billion won worth of investment with Microsoft, which was praised as a good thing, but the initial agreement was in May.”
“I knew it was a good team, but I didn’t perform well,” he said. “But I thought growing up together was the basic premise of the partnership, so I thought it would fit well.” “When I announced that I would do it together, I was happy that the team won the LOL World Cup and I felt like I was getting good energy,” he said.
CEO Jang said, “DRX also said that we have a good energy to win with WeMix. “I think it’s a good partner,” he stressed.
Regarding whether he is interested in making NFT (non-alternable token), which is an iron fist professional gamer belonging to DRX, Bae Jae-min and Warcraft 3 Jang Jae-ho, he said, “The intuitive form of NFT is a collector,” adding, “We own a few things in the world, but we are thinking of NFT as a bigger concept.” Beyond that, the player itself should be NFT, he explained.
CEO Jang cited fans of the e-sports game team as an example. He replied, “Since e-sports is a sport, it would be right to create another economy by creating a community token that determines the future of the team I support, not by fans unilaterally cheering and buying.”