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Take-Two Interactive is an game publisher, developer and distributor.

Franchises

Popular franchises include subsidiary Rockstar Games Grand Theft Auto series, Manhunt, State of Emergency, Midnight Club and Bully series.

Subsidiaries

Current

  • Rockstar Games, Ltd. in New York City, founded in 1998
  • Take-Two Licensing, founded on September 11, 2000, as TDK Mediactive, acquired in December 2003
  • 2K Games in Novato, California, founded in 2005
    • Firaxis Games in Hunt Valley, Maryland, founded in 1996, acquired in 2005
    • Irrational Games in Quincy, Massachusetts, acquired on January 9, 2006
    • 2K China, established in 2006
    • 2K Czech in Brno, Czech Republic, founded in 1997 as Illusion Softworks, acquired in 2007
    • 2K Marin in Novato, California and Canberra, Australia, started in 2007
    • 2K Play in Ontario, Canada, founded as Global Star Software in 1992, acquired in 1999, name changed September 10, 2007
    • 2K Sports in California, founded as Visual Concepts, acquired from Sega in January 2005

Defunct

  • 2K Australia in Canberra, Australia, folded into 2K Marin
  • Frog City Software in San Francisco, California, founded in 1995, acquired by Gathering of Developers in 2004, consolidated into Firaxis Games in 2006
  • Gathering of Developers in Texas, founded January 1998, acquired May 2000, closed September 2004; brands merged into Rockstar and 2K
  • Gotham Games, started in 2002, eventually closed
  • Indie Built, Inc. in Salt Lake City, Utah, founded as Access Software in 1983, acquired from Microsoft in 2004; closed April 28, 2006
  • Kush Games in Camarillo, California closed in 2008
  • PopTop Software in St. Louis, Missouri, founded in 1993, merged into Firaxis Games in 2006
  • TalonSoft in Baltimore, Maryland, founded in 1995, acquired in 2000, closed in 2005; most brands sold to Matrix Games
  • Rockstar Vienna, founded January 4, 1993, as neo Software, closed May 11, 2006
  • Venom Games, Ltd. in Newcastle upon Tyne, founded in 2003, acquired in September 2004; closed in July 2008
  • PAM Development in Paris, France, founded in 1997, acquired in 2006; closed in 2008

Sold

  • Jack of All Games in West Chester Township, Butler County, Ohio, founded in 1990 as Hyde Park Distributors, and acquired in 1998, sold December 21, 2009, to SYNNEX Corporation


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