AT&T seeks sale for Warner Bros. gaming unit, could fetch about $4 billion: CNBC By Reuters

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(Reuters) – AT&T Inc (N:) is discussing a sale of its Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment gaming division in a deal that could fetch about $4 billion, CNBC reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.

Videogame publishers Take-Two Interactive Software Inc (O:), Electronic Arts Inc (O:) and Activision Blizzard Inc (O:) have expressed interest in buying the gaming division that owns the popular videogame “Mortal Kombat”, the report said

AT&T said it does not comment on rumor and speculation.

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