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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

Atari VCS enters final stages of pre-production following series of delays

"Atari will always prioritise delivering a high-quality product over a self-imposed deadline," says Atari VCS COO

Atari VCS architect quits, citing six months of missed payments

Rob Wyatt: "As a small company, we have been lucky to survive this long."

Atari partners with Antstream, responds to VCS concerns

Throwback VCS console status update includes retro game-streaming app, statement that designer's work on project is "largely concluded"

Atari VCS goes on pre-sale in the US starting at $250

Highest price version is the "All In" edition with 8GB of RAM, classic joystick, and modern controller for $390

Atari VCS console delayed following spec boost

Console will now be cooler and quieter, the manufacturer states

Atari H1 financials show continued growth driven by RollerCoaster Tycoon IP

Company buoyed by sales to THQ Nordic, Atari VCS pre-orders

Atari acquires stake in Animoca Brands as part of blockchain game deal

Partnership will see Animoca Brands develop blockchain version of RollerCoaster Tycoon

THQ Nordic acquires Alone in the Dark and Act of War

Acquisition spree continues for Austrian publisher with rights to survival horror, RTS IP from Atari

Nolan Bushnell movie to be funded by cryptocurrency

New currency Bushnell Token created to help finance biopic on games industry veteran

The Ataribox becomes the Atari VCS

Hardware gets a new name, logo and look, but it's still unclear as to what precisely it has to offer

Optimism at Atari?

10 Years Ago This Month: With a high-profile hire, a new vision, and an anticipated Alone in the Dark reboot, gaming's original titan was poised for a comeback

Atari launching two cryptocurrencies

Shares spike 52% after company unveils Atari Token and Pong, announces plans to allow cryptocurrencies in its gambling business

Pre-orders for Ataribox delayed

"Updated launch plan is currently underway," says 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

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