Gaming giant in early talks with investors valuing the company at $20 a share
Publishing giant Electronic Arts has put itself up for sale, according to a report.
Sources speaking to The New York Post has claimed that the company has been approached by a number of private equity firms over a potential acquisition, but stressed it was early days.
EA is allegedly valuing the company at $20 a share.
One interested party, Providence, currently also owns another publishing giant, Bethesda, responsible for blockbuster hits such as Fallout and The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim.
EA has declined to comment when contacted by Develop.
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