Atari Gets D&D Rights from Interplay for $1.05 Million Settlement

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In a filing with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, Interplay (the largely defunct game publisher) confirmed that an outstanding dispute has been settled with Atari over the license to create Dungeons & Dragons video games. To end the dispute, Atari has cancelled a Promissory Note under which Infogrames owed Atari $1.05 million. In return, Atari has purchased all the intellectual property rights from Interplay to Dungeons & Dragons games.

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