Walt Disney Interactive Absorbs Video Game Maker Wideload

Sep 8, 2009  •  Post A Comment

A week after acquiring Marvel Entertainment, the Walt Disney Co. agreed to buy Wideload Games to develop and produce video games, Bloomberg reports.

Under the deal, Wideload founder-CEO Alexander Seropian, who helped create the "Halo" video game franchise, will join Disney Interactive Studios as its vice president of creative.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Chicago-based Wideload will create titles for Disney that target a “broad audience,” according to a statement from Disney Interactive Studios.

–Lisa D. Horowitz


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