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Atari group is a global creator, producer and publisher of interactive entertainment for interactive game platforms that include PC, online, consoles from Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony and advanced smart phones (i.e. iPhone). Divisions of Atari, SA include Cryptic Studios, Atari London Studio, Eden Studios, Atari Interactive, Inc. and Atari, Inc.

Atari benefits from its global brand and an extensive catalogue of popular games based on classic owned game franchises (Asteroids, Centipede, Missile Command, Lunar Lander), original owned franchises (Test Drive, Backyard Sports, Deer Hunter), MMO games from Cryptic Studios (Star Trek Online, Champions Online) and third party franchises (Ghostbusters, Project Runway, Dungeons and Dragons).

Recent articles about Atari

Ataribox will be a gaming PC for the living room

More than just a retro-collection, the console aims to succeed where the Steam Machine failed

Atari and Fig strike two-game deal

Fig offers community support on Atari's promised new IP and “beloved” classic reboot

Atari in transition

From Speakerhats and gambling to LGBT dating apps and movies, CEO Fred Chesnais has aspirations for the legacy brand far beyond games and T-shirts

Atari sues over KitKat ad campaign

Company cites "plain and blatant" infringement in UK TV spot and social media ads recreating arcade classic Breakout with chocolate bars

Atari hands off Pridefest

Largely abandoned mobile game given to maker of LGBTQutie dating app alongside cash investment

Jeff Minter and Atari reconcile for Tempest revival

Tempest 4000 in the works, just two years after designer and publisher were in dispute

Atari launches wearable push with Speakerhats

Ball caps with built-in Bluetooth speakers made in partnership with NECA and Audiowear

Carol Shaw donates collection to Strong Museum

River Raid creator gives source code printouts, design docs, unreleased Polo game and more from her time at Atari and Activision

Ataribox will be similar to NES Classic

There will be a focus on delivering classic Atari content, but unlike Nintendo, new content will be offered as well

Atari is preparing to launch new hardware

The "Ataribox" is "years in the making" and will be based on PC technology

Atari extends RollerCoaster Tycoon license through 2022

Publisher reaches agreement with series creator Chris Sawyer that will see it continue support for mobile installments, invest in further development

Frontier suing Atari over RollerCoaster Tycoon royalties

Cambridge-based developer claims it is owed $2.2m, has attempted to resolve situation without legal action

Unearthed E.T. cartridges fetch more than $100,000

Atari's secret stash has made a killing on eBay with almost 900 cartridges sold

Atari: "By god, we're going to do this right"

One of the industry's pioneering companies is back in business, but can it deliver on its own broad ambitions?

Atari: The potential of 35-60 year olds, and why children are "impossible"

CEO Frederic Chesnais explores finding a new audience for games

Atari gets into real-money gaming

Atari Casino, launched in partnership with Pariplay, will feature some of Atari's most recognized brands

Atari details new corporate strategy

Licensing, online casinos, LGBT audiences all play a part in positioning for the "interactive entertainment production company"

E.T. cartridges unearthed in New Mexico

Copies of Atari's disastrous 1982 adaptation were indeed buried in the desert

Film crew wins right to excavate E.T. landfill

Alleged resting place of Atari's disastrous game to be uncovered for Xbox-backed documentary

Atari gets court approval for plan to exit bankruptcy

Creditors unanimously approve proposal that will see them paid back a fraction of money owed over three years

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