Ntreev Soft

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Ntreev Soft Co., Ltd.
Subsidiary of NCsoft
Industry Developing & Publishing
Founded circa July 1992
Headquarters Republic of Korea
Parent NCsoft (2012-present)
Website Ntreev Soft - Value up Fun & Joy

Ntreev Soft Co., Ltd. is a South Korean videogame corporation primarily known for the development of the online multiplayer golf game PANGYA as well as the anime-styled MMORPG, Trickster Online.[1]

The company initially used to host the North American version of the MMORPG Grand Chase before transferring the rights to KOG's North American branch, formerly known as Kill3rCombo.

On 8 July 2011, NCsoft Corp. started a contract with SK Telecom to acquire Ntreev Soft Co., Ltd. from SK Group because NCsoft has never succeeded in launching casual online games. On 15 February 2012. NCsoft has acquired Ntreev Soft from its parent company, SK Telecom.[2]


  1. ^ Ntreev Soft English Corporate website, retrieved 17 November 2009 
  2. ^ League of Legends and NCsoft's Ntreev acquisition, this week in Korean news, retrieved 1 April 2012 

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