Pearl Abyss, the studio behind Black Desert, today announced it has bought over Korean game network developer Nettention. Its core product is ProudNet, a middleware which helps game companies build an efficient server with the best possible latency. Current games running on this server technology include Seven Knights, Street Fighter V, and Mabinogi Heroes among many others.
A proven technology for both PC client and mobile games, ProudNet is now being used by over 200 game projects around 13 countries worldwide. Other than improving the service of Black Desert, Peal Abyss will also be integrating ProudNet in the upcoming mobile version of Black Desert. An introduction and more information about ProudNet’s features can be found in this document.