SECRET Collaborates with NC Soft, "The New Method of Star Marketing Has Been Born"

By Staff Writer | August 03, 2012 05:18 AM EDT

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SECRET and B.A.P's agency TS Entertainment announced on Wednesday that they have signed a contract with NC Soft in order to create a new way of star-contents collaboration marketing.

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To this day the star world and the game world have met on the turf of promoting each other through modeling and advertisement, and with stars even becoming characters in games. This time, the artists will enter the game on a whole new level.

This genius collaboration will take the unique appeal of each member and accentuate it in the game.

Furthermore, on August 16, "Blade & Soul" will endeavor to target the China market. NC Soft announced, "This unique union with k-pop will make an imprint in the world of global marketing." Their plans for global promotion were revealed.

2NE1, Suzy, Min Hyo Rin, Wonder Girls, Rain, and Big Bang have also been characters in games. SECRET's transformation is also much anticipated.

Tagged :  SECRET, TS Entertainment, NC Soft

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