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Former Take-Two CEO's New Blockchain Game Publisher Wants the Next 'Grand Theft Auto'

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Former Take-Two CEO's New Blockchain Game Publisher Wants the Next 'Grand Theft Auto'

Former Take-Two CEO's New Blockchain Game Publisher Wants the Next 'Grand Theft Auto'

Former Take-Two CEO Kelly Sumner is looking for the next big game.

But rather than investing hundreds of millions, his blockchain-based video game publisher Planet Digital Partners is targeting mid-level games often ignored by big publishers.

"Electronic Arts, Take-Two, Activision ($ATVI), etc., they are spending hundreds of millions of dollars on a game, expecting to be ... getting billions.

And the kind of middle, where there's sort of really good, exciting games, isn't there," Sumner told Cheddar Friday.

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