Infogrames completes Atari acquisition

By Patrick Garratt, Saturday, 11 October 2008 10:50 GMT

Infogrames has completed its acquisition of Atari, the US-based publisher, in a deal worth around $11 million.

The French company can now definitively unite the Atari brand, the use of which Infogrames has had the right to in Europe and other parts of the world for some time.

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