A Portion of The Proceeds From All Items Sold Through Games on From Now Through November 1st Will Go To Disaster Recovery In Turkey

Seoul, Korea, October 27, 2011— Leading online game developer and publisher, Joymax, announced today that it is holding a fundraising event from now through November 1, 2011 for the victims of the recent earthquake in Turkey.  The staff at Joymax sends its condolences to the families and friends of victims of the tragedy and along with its global community of gamers is donating $1.00 for every 10 items sold on all games available through

“We would like to offer our condolences and solidarity to the families and friends of the victims of the recent earthquake in Turkey and in response to this, Joymax is supporting relief efforts to provide humanitarian and financial assistance to those affected by the disaster,” said Joymax CEO, Nam-chul Kim.  “It has been over ten years since Joymax first started conducting business in Turkey, and during that period we have been afforded many opportunities to see the strength and compassion of the Turkish people firsthand. It is this strength and compassion that we are confident will allow the people of Turkey to overcome during these difficult times.”

Jay Suk, Joymax CFO, also had the following to say, “I believe that a community that is united can accomplish great things. Although it has only been just a few days, we have received tremendous support from our community–our players.  This is just further proof of the bonds that do exist between players. These bonds transcend national borders, language, gender and race, and without the strong support of our community, none of these relief efforts would be possible.  Joymax will continue to do its part as the head of that community, providing support to its players whenever and wherever needed.”

A portion of the proceeds from all purchases made on from now through November 1, 2011 will go towards the relief efforts.  For more information players on how to support the relief efforts players can visit