Chairman of S. Korea’s largest online game company says “No succession”

The founder of Nexon, South Korea’s largest
online-gaming company, will not pass down the ownership of the firm to his children…,
and instead pledged to donate more than 100 billion won or around 92 million dollars to
society. Regarding that decision, Kim Jung-ju, said,
as an employer of about five-thousand workers across the globe, it is his duty to do so. The 50-year-old tech tycoon who developed
the world’s first online multiplayer game in 1996, also added, the money he donates
will be used to build rehabilitation hospitals for children throughout Korea and support
startups for young people.

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