Employees play mobile games on smartphones in the cafeteria at the Netmarble Games Corp. headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, on Friday, April 14, 2017. Netmarble, South Korea's largest maker of mobile phone games, filed to raise as much as $2.7 trillion in an initial public offering.
Employees play mobile games on smartphones in the cafeteria at the Netmarble Games Corp. headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, on Friday, April 14, 2017. Netmarble, South Korea's largest maker of mobile phone games, filed to raise as much as $2.7 trillion in an initial public offering. SeongJoon Cho Bloomberg
Employees play mobile games on smartphones in the cafeteria at the Netmarble Games Corp. headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, on Friday, April 14, 2017. Netmarble, South Korea's largest maker of mobile phone games, filed to raise as much as $2.7 trillion in an initial public offering. SeongJoon Cho Bloomberg

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