Will AT&T sell Warner Bros. games division, which owns Mortal Kombat?


Javier Morales

It is reported that AT&T , America's largest telephone company, is planning to sell Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, which is Warner Bros. 's gaming division, under its umbrella. The sale price can be about $4 billion (about 430 billion yen).

AT&T seeks sale for Warner gaming unit, could fetch $4 billion

CNBC reported that AT&T is considering selling Warner Bros. Games. According to a person who provided information to CNBC, Take Two Interactive, which owns Rockstar Games, which is responsible for the development of the Grand Theft Auto series, is among the companies interested in acquiring Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. , Electronic Arts (EA) such as Apex Legends and FIFA series, and Activision Blizzard in Overwatch and Call of Duty series.

According to an anonymous source, the deal is private, but the deal is already under pressure.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has developed Warner-owned intellectual property titles such as Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, and LEGO movies. We also own the popular fighting game Mortal Kombat and the Scribblenauts series, which has sold over 1 million copies in Europe and the United States.

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According to the information provider, AT&T may be preparing a commercial license agreement to continue to generate revenue from IP developed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment so far. is.

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