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Already with 35,000 players worldwide, the game delivers brand-new FPS experiences with its distinctive three-way battle system SEOUL, South Korea, July 18, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- SGEntertec, a Korean V...

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Already with 35,000 players worldwide, the game delivers brand-new FPS experiences with its distinctive three-way battle system

SEOUL, South Korea, July 18, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- SGEntertec, a Korean VR game development company, is officially announcing the launch of Bounty City, its groundbreaking VR-based first-person shooter (FPS) game. Following an early-access version, this full version is available now on Steam, Meta, and Sidequest, delivering its signature three-way battle system in VR to keep FPS fans on their toes.

Download Bounty City now for a 30% discount:

Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/2620340/Bounty_City_3Way_Battle/
Meta: https://www.meta.com/experiences/5969033179885505/
Sidequest: https://sidequestvr.com/app/21311/bounty-city-tactical-3-way-battle

SGEntertec’s Bounty City officially launches on July 18 0:00 (UTC); download it now to experience its revolutionary three-way battle system.
SGEntertec’s Bounty City officially launches on July 18 0:00 (UTC); download it now to experience its revolutionary three-way battle system.

Mr. Ko Dong Kyun, the CEO of SGEntertec, commented: "We are tremendously proud of what our first game offers gamers worldwide. After overcoming challenges along the way, Bounty City's three-way battle system marks a shift away from the straightforward player-enemy paradigm — establishing a whole new challenge for first-person shooter gameplay."

The game is a multiplayer VR-based FPS with a groundbreaking three-way battle system as the core concept. As players pursue various bounties in diverse environments, the system lets them alternate between offense and defense, adding a new layer of strategy and unpredictability.

A free early-access version was released in September 2023, and since then SGEntertec has released several in-game content updates, including for guns, outposts, maps, and more, to improve overall game experiences (versions 0.0.5 to 0.1.5). For the official launch, players will be able to download the 1.0.0 version, which introduces a broad array of new features.

The early access version has already brought Bounty City players to a total of approximately 35,000 from over 60 countries, as of July 11.

Bounty City's official launch version is set at $10.99, with a 30% discount offered for a limited time.

SG Entertec

As a VR game development company with a creative and autonomous corporate culture, we are composed of planners, art designers, and developers specialized in the VR industry, providing high-quality games and services. With a deep expertise and experience in game development, we possess valuable skills to produce and distribute high-quality content and services.

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+82-70-4196-7279

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SINGAPORE, July 18, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- At the heart of EdHeroes' mission is the belief that education is a guiding light leading to opportunity. Education has the extraordinary power to transform li...

Cision | Thu, Jul 18 2024 10:00 AM AEST

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SINGAPORE, July 18, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- At the heart of EdHeroes' mission is the belief that education is a guiding light leading to opportunity. Education has the extraordinary power to transform lives, empower individuals, and uplift entire communities. Countless narratives have shown how education can act as a catalyst for change, equipping people to overcome obstacles and achieve remarkable feats.

The EdHeroes Awards 2024 recipients are recognized by EdHeroes Team and Mr. Baey Theng Mong at Republic Polytechnic, Singapore
The EdHeroes Awards 2024 recipients are recognized by EdHeroes Team and Mr. Baey Theng Mong at Republic Polytechnic, Singapore

In a landmark event, EdHeroes, a global non-profit committed to making quality education accessible, launched its inaugural EdHeroes Award today at the EdHeroes Global Forum 2024, hosted at Republic Polytechnic in Singapore. This award aims to celebrate those who have harnessed the power of education recognize that their success is measured not just by their achievements but by the impact they have made on society. The ceremony was distinguished by the presence of Mr. Baey Theng Mong, PBM, Honorary Secretary, Ngee Ann Kongsi. In his address, Mr. Baey underscored the vital role of education in promoting sustainable development and fostering innovation. He stressed the importance of collective efforts in creating educational opportunities that are inclusive and geared towards the future.

The award event also featured a compelling session organized by AlliN Technologies, Singapore Hub Partner, titled "Innovating Education: The Impact of Culture through Passion, Change, Technology, and AI." Esteemed speakers Cheong Su Fen (Founder of Preschool Market), Philip Hsin (CEO, PFR Strategic Advisory), Chrissie Choo (Founder of CoCreates Mindset Educator), and Esmond Liu (CEO of MadCo Tech Pte. Ltd.) shared their perspectives on the transformative potential of education and technology in shaping a better future, joining the EdHeroes Global Forum 2024 speakers line-up from 40 countries, speaking in 9 languages, and hundreds of renowned organizations including the World Bank, UNESCO, UNICEF, OMEP, Teach for All, Dream a Dream, Educate Girls, and many others. The forum was also viewed by 100,000+ unique viewers.

More topics discussed are available at https://global.edheroes.forum. Follow us on Instagram to see speakers answer Forum questions and keep up with upcoming events!

 

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Investing.com-- Oil prices steadied in Asian trade on Wednesday, as signs of tighter U.S. supplies helped soothe some fears over worsening demand in the rest of the globe.

Investing | Wed, Jul 17 2024 12:26 PM AEST

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Investing.com-- Oil prices steadied in Asian trade on Wednesday, as signs of tighter U.S. supplies helped soothe some fears over worsening demand in the rest of the globe.

Crude markets were nursing a sharp tumble over the past week as weak economic data from top oil importer China ramped up concerns over slowing demand.

Brent oil futures expiring in September rose 0.1% to $83.80 a barrel, while West Texas Intermediate crude futures rose 0.1% to $79.80 a barrel by 22:08 ET (02:08 GMT).

US inventories shrink more than expected- API

U.S. oil inventories saw a bigger than expected draw in the week to July 12, data from the American Petroleum Institute showed on Tuesday.

Inventories fell 4.4 million barrels, compared to expectations for a draw of 33,000 barrels.

The API data usually heralds a similar reading from official inventory data, which is due later on Wednesday. It also heralds a third consecutive week of draws in U.S. inventories, as travel demand picked up during the summer season.

Oil supply risks remain in focus, but demand concerns weigh

Oil prices also steadied as traders remained on watch for any potential supply disruptions due to geopolitical tensions in the Middle East.

Israel continued to carry out strikes on Gaza, keeping tensions with Hamas and Hezbollah elevated. Yemeni groups were also seen carrying out repeated strikes on vessels in the Red Sea, potentially disrupting crude shipments.

This saw traders attach some risk premium to oil prices, although it remained unclear just how much of an impact the disruptions in the Middle East were having on crude.

Media reports this week showed that Russia and members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries reiterated their intentions to limit production and tighten global oil markets.

Still, concerns over slowing Chinese demand, following a string of weak economic readings from the country, kept oil prices under pressure.

Data last week also showed that crude imports to China fell sharply in June.

This article first appeared in Investing.com

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