Founded in 1983 by Bruno Bonnell and Christophe Sapet, Infogrames Entertainment SA today has more than 1,800 employees worldwide (approximately 60% in Europe and 40% in the U.S.). A publicly traded company, Infogrames Entertainment SA (Euronext: 5257) is one of the top five publishers of interactive entertainment software in the world and is widely regarded for developing and distributing quality games for the mass entertainment audience.
On May 7, 2003, Infogrames officially announced its name change to Atari. The Company’s U.S. operations became Atari, Inc. (formerly Infogrames, Inc.) and changed its trading symbol on the NASDAQ National Market to "ATAR." Although the holding company parent in France, Infogrames Entertainment SA, retained its current name and maintained its symbol on the Euronext under the code: 5257, all of the Company’s worldwide operations were renamed Atari. The Company gained all rights to the Atari license when it acquired Hasbro Interactive, Inc. in December 2000.
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