Professional soccer K-League players such as Moon Seon-min (Jeonbuk), Gerso (Incheon), and Kim Dong-jin (Anyang) joined forces with Nexon, which services the soccer game ‘FC Online’, to form the K-League Social Contribution Foundation. The Korea Professional Football League announced on the 23rd that it donated 7 million won to ‘K League Assist’. The donations were collected through the ‘Ceremony Challenge’ conducted by the Professional Federation and Nexon for six months from the end of May last year.
If one of the seven ceremonies that can be performed in FC online games is exposed through the K League broadcast screen, 1 million won will be donated to the Social Contribution Foundation in the name of the player who succeeded in the challenge, 5 million won will be provided for company dinner expenses for the player who succeeded in the challenge, Game user rewards, etc. It was a given event.
Six players, including Seon-min Moon, Gerso, and Dong-jin Kim (twice), Jae-yong Park (Anyang at the time, now Jeonbuk), Yong-woo Ahn (Anyang), and Peter (Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province at the time, currently E-Land), succeeded in the ceremony challenge and won a total of 7 million won. A donation fund was created. Nexon donated the donation to ‘K League Assist’ for the development of youth soccer. An official from the professional league said, “Nexon is carrying out various projects to support youth soccer and expand its base 카지노사이트킹 through continuous collaboration with the K-League.”