NEXON Europe launches another safe payment method

January 29, 2009– Seoul– Nexon Europe (, publisher of hugely popular MMORPG MapleStory Europe and First-Person-Shooter Combat Arms Europe, brings another safe and user-friendly payment option. With DaoPay, gamers can now charge NEXON’s in-game currency, NEXON Cash, to their phone bill by dialing a service number without giving away any personal or financial information.

The foundation of all NEXON games is providing a distinct, social gaming experience in a free-to-play environment, meaning that gamers don’t have to pay a cent to download the client and to play the game. All games offer an in-game Cash Shop where users can purchase virtual game items, and this is the only point where real cash is needed.

NEXON Europe already provides various safe and user-friendly payment options to their gamers,

with DaoPay now being one of them.

Nexon Corporation

Established in 1994, Nexon developed the first graphic MMORPG, called The Kingdom of the Winds, and ever since, with its diverse and well-received titles, Nexon has quickly become one of Korea’s leading publishers of online content. NEXON has an extensive catalog of games to reach players of all ages, interests and regions of the world, and promises to bring them the most enjoyable online excitement ever experienced.

Nexon Europe

Established in March 2007, Nexon Europe is the European publishing arm of Nexon and has brought the worldwide hit casual MMORPG“MapleStory” to Europe in May 2007.

Now, Nexon Europe launches its second title for the European audience, the First-Person-Shooter

“Combat Arms”. For more information on NEXON Europe and our games, please visit

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