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Take-Two Interactive Software

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Take-Two Interactive Software:

Take-Two Interactive Software LogoTake-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTWO) (or Take-Two, also known as Take2) is a major American publisher, developer, and distributor of video games and video game peripherals. Take-Two wholly owns 2K Games and Rockstar Games. The company's headquarters are in New York City, with international headquarters in Windsor, United Kingdom. Development studio locations include San Diego, Vancouver, Toronto and Novato, California. Take-Two has developed and published many notable games, including its most famous series Grand Theft Auto series, the Midnight Club racing series, the Manhunt series and more recently BioShock. As owner of 2K Games, Take-Two publishes its popular 2K Sports titles. It also acted as the publisher of Bethesda Softworks's 2006 game, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.

About Take Two Interactive Software’s:

  • Founded:   


  • Founder:    

Ryan Brant

  • Headquarters:         

New York City, United States

  • Key people :

Strauss Zelnick (Chairman and CEO)

  • Products:    

-          BioShock series

-          Borderlands series

-          Bully

-          Civilization series

-          Codename Eagle series

-          Duke Nukem series

-          Grand Theft Auto series

-          L.A. Noire

-          Mafia series

-          Manhunt series

-          Max Payne series

-          Midnight Club series

-          MLB 2K series

-          NBA 2K series

-          NHL 2K series

-          Railroad Tycoon series

-          Red Dead series

-          Serious Sam series

-          Stronghold series

-          Tropico series

  • Revenue:   

US$1.136 billion (2011)[2]

Source : Wikipedia


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