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Nexon Group was established in Korea on December 1994 and is currently based in Japan. It also has offices located in Korea, the United States, Europe and Taiwan.[14] Nexon developed and published its first title, Nexus: The Kingdom of the Winds, in 1996, which the company continues to service.[15] Many title releases followed such as Dark Ages: Online Roleplaying, Elemental Saga, QuizQuiz, KartRider, Elancia, and Shattered Galaxy;[16] some of which are maintained by a company spun off of Nexon, Kru Interactive.[17] In 2003, Nexon developed MapleStory in Korea, which later became its one of the most successful titles and has been serviced for more than a decade.[18][19] The game was localized in many locations such as Japan, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, North America, Europe, Brazil, and Vietnam.[20] Nexon is also the developer of Dungeon&Fighter, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Neople.[21][22] Dungeon&Fighter is one of the most popular free-to-play PC online games in China.[22][23]

Nexon went public on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on December 14, 2011 in an initial public offering, the largest in Japan for 2011 and the second largest by a technological company for 2011 worldwide.[24]

On March 9, 2016, Nexon acquired Big Huge Games, a mobile game developer in Maryland.[25]

Nexon currently has the following subsidiaries: Nexon Korea Corporation, Nexon America Inc., Nexon Europe GmbH, Nexon Taiwan Ltd., Nexon Networks, NEXON M Inc., Nexon Communications, NEOPLE, NDOORS, Lexian, Rushmo, Rushmo America, Neon Studio, NEXON GT, gloops, COMLIER, gloops Vietnam, Nexon Space, THINGSOFT, Boolean Games, Fantage, Big Huge Games, and wellgames.