Gameplay.. Take Two

It's a tale of $50 million, investments and stake-holding

Industry journal MCV today brings news that games publisher Take Two Interactive has announced a $50m investment deal with Gameplay, giving them a 19.5% stake in the company in exchange for its Pixel Broadband Studios subsidiary. Gameplay has also apparently posted sales of 23.2m and a loss of 22.8m, with chairman Mark Strachan stating that acquisition activity would slow down from next year. On a related note, Gameplay also seem to have some PlayStation 2 pre-order forms left, so if you're still trying to get your grubby mits on one, do your utmost to get in touch with them today!

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