2K and Rockstar parent Take Two is eyeing off Las Vegas for a new office, according to proposal documents dug up by Gamasutra. The company is apparently being wooed by local authorities, with an offer of $600,000 in incentives should the downtown facility be opened. Nobody’s sure what the office might be for, but as the median weekly wage of its 150 employees would be $18, Gamasutra theorises a QA centre is most likely. Take Two and its offspring have offices all over the world.
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Take-Two has announced it’s relocating 2K West’s QA Testing studio to Las Vegas in an effort to “enhance its operating efficiencies and infrastructure.”