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CNBC: AT&T is discussing a potential sale of its Warner Bros. gaming division for about $4,000,000,000

CNBC is reporting that AT&T is considering selling its Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment gaming division that could be as much as about $4,000,000,000. So far, EA, Take Two and Activision have all expressed interest in buying the division. At this time, a deal is not assured or imminent. According to CNBC, the deal “might involve a commercial licensing agreement where AT&T can continue to get revenue from its IP”.


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