Two Massive Video Game Makers May Merge Video game giant Electronic Arts has offered to buy Take-Two Interactive Software, maker of "Grand Theft Auto." If successful, the company will become the largest sports game maker in the world.
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Two Massive Video Game Makers May Merge

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Two Massive Video Game Makers May Merge

Two Massive Video Game Makers May Merge

Two Massive Video Game Makers May Merge

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Video game giant Electronic Arts has offered to buy Take-Two Interactive Software, maker of the popular "Grand Theft Auto" video game series. If successful, EA will become the largest sports game maker by far. We explore what a merger would mean for the competition.

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