Com2uS Summoners War at NYCC

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NYCC is forever an epic event to look forward to each year.

South Korean mobile developer and publisher Com2uS was in New York City with an exhibitor’s booth, booth 312, at New York Comic Con in the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Com2uS is also hosted the sold out Summoners War Tour of Americas New York Meetup at the Hard Rock Café in Times Square. This was their sevenths stop of their world tour.

At The Hard Rock Cafe attendees were received

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– 250 Crystals PER attendee who were physically present.

– SWAG Bag w/ exclusive Summoners War Merchandise

– Test your luck in raffles for a chance to win in-game rewards, POP! Figures, and MORE!

– Appetizers & Drinks

Summoners War is a fantasy MMORPG featuring strategic turn-based combat fought with creatures summoned, raised, breed, and fused for the purposes of battle. Have you played? More info here.

Summoners War Merchandise

Attendees for Com2uS Summoners War at NYCC

With more than 100 million downloads, Summoners War has ranked #1 grossing in RPG games in 108 (App Store) and 96 (Google Play) countries since its launch in 2014. Featuring more than 1,000 monsters to collect and train, Summoners War provides a unique RPG gaming experience players are able to enjoy anytime, anywhere on their mobile devices.

Com2uS will be traveling to Canada, Brazil, and several cities around the US, holding meetups starting in February and wrapping up in December.

While in New York during New York Comic Con, at booth number 312 in the main exhibit hall of the Javits Center, fans had the chance to immerse themsleves in all things Summoners War. They enjoyed various activities, and then tried their hand at the claw machine to win Summoners War-themed prizes.

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The month will conclude with the Summoners War World Arena Championship Finals at the Maison de la Mutualité in Paris on Saturday, Oct. 26, where eight of the world’s best Summoners will battle for a piece of a prize pool that totals more than $200,000. More information here.

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