[Mason Park Ye-jin reporter] NCsoft (CEO Kim Taek-jin, NC) signed an MOU with George Mason University in Korea.
Through this business agreement, NC and George Mason University will promote ▲ development of policy development related to game policies and digital treatments ▲ support for social impact contests ▲ hosting symposiums. NC plans to hold its first symposium with the University of George Mason and the United States in November this year.
The agreement held at the NC R & D Center was attended by Ahn Yong-kyun, Director of NC Communication Center, Gregory Washington George Mason University, and CEO of George Mason University in Robert Matts.
Ahn Yong-kyun, director of NC Communication Center, said, We are pleased to have industry-academia cooperation with George Mason University, which teaches both computer technical areas and artistic elements of game design. I will cooperate to be.
Gregori, President of George Mason University, said, Our university operates the Virginia Functional Game Research Institute, which studies functional games for all ages. As much as possible, we will support the University of George Mason in Korea to cooperate with the Korean game industry.
Robert Mats, CEO of George Mason University, said, I was impressed with NC’s various activities to promote the culture and artistic value of the game. If we look for together, we will be able to show a bigger synergy effect.
Meanwhile, NC has been supporting the ‘Digital Art Contest’ at George Mason University in Korea since 2021.