With EA's purchase of Golf Clash maker, Playdemic, it would seem the sell-off of WB Games assets has begun. Who's next? NetherRealm? Traveler's Tales? Rocksteady?
Or are the signals coming from AT&T and Warner Bros. actually indicative of another reality all together; one where almost all of the WBIE portfolio remains in tact?
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Discussed in this episode:
"Was WB Games Just Sold? Untangling ATT, WarnerMedia, and Discovery (VL473)"
YouTube Video - May 17, 2021 - Hoeg Law
"AT&T spins off WarnerMedia, forming new media behemoth with Discovery"
Axios - May 17, 2021
"WB Games is getting broken up somehow..."
Tweet - May 17, 2021 - Stephen Totilo
"What Does the WarnerMedia and Discovery Deal Mean For You?"
IGN - May 17, 2021
"Electronic Arts Acquires Playdemic, Makers of the Highly Successful Golf Clash Mobile Game, From Warner Bros. Games and AT&T"
Press Release - June 23, 2021
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