Hello everyone, I’m CH Kim, the CEO of PUBG Corporation. PUBG has been through a lot of changes over the past two years. Our fans have given us a lot of love, and we have tried to repay that love through numerous updates and improvements. Among those, we launched two new maps, released our game on two console platforms, and made major quality of life improvements. To me, the highlight from last year was PGI 2018, which took place in Berlin. It was the very first esport event organized by PUBG Corporation, and a significant moment that allowed us to show fans our commitment and passion, while also showing the potential of PUBG as an esport. PUBG Corporation doesn’t consider esports as a means to merely promote the game, but rather aims to make our esport a sustainable ecosystem with engaging content. That’s why we made various improvements to our broadcast experience, such as the observer system, which allowed viewers to more easily watch players and made gameplay more fun to watch. In 2017, I remember a media outlet calling PUBG an imperfectly perfect game. That explained PUBG very well back then, as it was developed and launched by a small team within a very short time period. But despite the challenges, countless fans from all around the world became fascinated by our Battle Royale title. Last year, we tried to polish the game through various gameplay and content updates. Of course, there were still areas that couldn’t be perfected, which is one of the reasons we went through so many trials and errors. Still, our employees remained diligent and worked very hard. As I have been emphasizing since last November, I’m going to reflect on our key learnings, and solely focus this year on improving the value and essential elements that made Battle Royale fun. To celebrate our second year, we’ve prepared a second anniversary item to thank our fans for their past, present and future support. Two years have passed in the blink of an eye, and I’d like to personally thank all of you for the love you’ve shown. We were able to grow so much thanks to all our fans, who consistently loved the game, showed interest and offered feedback. We want to continue that work, and keep on setting the standard for the realistic Battle Royale genre alongside you all. Thank you so much.