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Embracer Group Acquires Jufeng Studio
Embracer Group Resolves On Share Split
Embracer Group Enters Into An Agreement To Acquire Bytex
Embracer Group AB, formerly THQ Nordic AB is a Sweden-based company engaged in the computer games development. The Company focuses on acquiring, developing and publishing personal computer (PC) and console games for Xbox and PlayStation platforms. The Company's game portfolio consists of owned franchises intellectual property (IP) and published titles, including Saints Row, Goat Simulator, Dead Island, Darksiders, Metro, MX vs ATV, Kingdoms of Amalur, TimeSplitters, Satisfactory and Wreckfest, among others. It offers games through various distribution channels, including digital platforms, such as Steam, PlayStation Store and Xbox Live, as well as gaming conventions, and global retailers, such as Walmart, GameStop and Amazon. The Company has around 18 internal game development studios and operates in more than 40 countries.
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Kicki Wallje Lund
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Director, Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder of Saber Interactive
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Kepler Interactive, a game publisher co-owned and run by developers, on Tuesday said it got $120 million in funding from Chinese gaming firm NetEase Inc.
Euro zone stocks bounced off session lows to end little changed on Thursday after the European Central Bank signalled it will only slightly reduce its emergency bond purchases over the coming quarter, as widely expected.
China has forbidden under-18s from playing video games for more than three hours a week, a stringent social intervention that it said was needed to pull the plug on a growing addiction to what it once described as "spiritual opium".
Embracer, Europe's largest gaming firm by market value, said on Wednesday it had agreed to buy three new companies after posting strong sales growth in the first quarter.
Sweden's Embracer, Europe's largest gaming firm by market value, on Thursday bought eight companies at a combined value of 2.7 billion Swedish crowns ($313.63 million), continuing on its strategy of boosting growth through deals.
China's Tencent Holdings Ltd said on Tuesday it would further curb minors' access to its flagship video game, hours after its shares were battered by a state media article that described online games as "spiritual opium".
Strong earnings updates from heavyweights including BP and Societe Generale drove European stocks to a record-high close on Tuesday, although gains were capped by concerns over rising Delta variant cases and China's regulatory moves.
Shares in U.S. and European-listed gaming companies fell on Tuesday after a steep selloff in China's social media and video games group Tencent driven by fears the sector could be next in regulators' crosshairs.
Shares in Europe's gaming companies fell on Tuesday following a drop in China's social media and video games giant Tencent on fears that the gaming sector may be next in Chinese regulators' crosshairs.
In a quiet corner of the town of Karlstad, 300 kilometres from Stockholm, a Swedish entrepreneur has built Europe's largest gaming company by market value - although most gamers have never likely heard of it.
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Sweden's Embracer agreed on Wednesday to buy three gaming companies including U.S.-based Gearbox, which makes the first-person shooter game Borderlands, for up to $2.5 billion.
Swedish video game group Embracer on Wednesday agreed to buy three gaming companies including U.S.-based Gearbox, the maker of first-person shooter game Borderlands, for up to $2.5 billion in cash and stock.
U.S. distributor Valve Corp, owner of the world's largest video game distribution platform Steam, and 5 video game publishers received a 7.8-million-euro ($9.45 million) EU antitrust fine on Wednesday for blocking cross-border sales in Europe.
Swedish game developer Embracer has agreed to buy Netherlands-based virtual reality (VR) games maker Vertigo Games for 50 million euros ($59.25 million) upfront and a possible additional payment of up to 65 million depending on its performance over the coming years.
* Executive changes announced amid shift away from development
Japan's Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp said on Monday it will focus on work this fiscal year towards obtaining type certification for its SpaceJet M90, and also announced executive changes as it seeks to weather challenges brought by the coronavirus pandemic.
European shares were flat on Wednesday after a downbeat session on Wall Street, as doubts over a potential COVID-19 vaccine fanned concerns about whether and how fast the world can successfully emerge from the coronavirus crisis.
Japan's Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp said on Wednesday that it completed the first certification test flight of its SpaceJet, bringing the regional aircraft a step closer to commercial operations.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Wednesday:
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