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In our latest Free Zone column, we take a look at trending news in the F2P market with a particular emphasis on Korea. In addition, we have a bit to share about the League of Legends championship and wonder who it is that exactly owns Crossfire. Check it out!
As I've discussed previously, this online shooter is so popular in China, where it reportedly generated nearly $900 million in revenue last year, that it might become the giant killer, the game that topples World of Warcraft from the global leadership position it has held since soon after launch. It already holds the record for peak concurrent users, having surpassed the four million mark, and is the first title to climb into the same monetary ballpark. Accordingly, I've been watching with interest for news about the dispute that is raging over the title's ownership even though reports have been scarce.
Read more of Richard Aihoshi's The Free Zone: It Came from the Far East.