Dan Houser, Vice President, Creative at Rockstar Games, will be leaving the company March 11, 2020. Dan’s brother Sam Houser, co-founder/CEO of Rockstar, is remaining in the same role.
Take-Two reported the results of the second fiscal quarter. The publisher’s revenue grew 74%, driven in part by the launch of the new installments in the Borderlands and NBA franchises.
“The biggest opportunities we see are in Asia, and then, over a longer period of time, probably in India and in Africa,” said Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick at the annual meeting of shareholders.
Acts of violence are once again blamed on video games. US President Donald Trump implicated games as the reason for two shootings in Texas that killed more than 30 people. Following Trump’s speech, biggest game publishers…