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The software provider is one of the future for Imagine Games Network. The corporate culture CEO Jeff Rosen wants to maintain. Players see the acquisition critical.
The media company Imagine Games Network, shortly IGN, the software provider Humble Bundle taken. The distributor offers collections of several software titles and became known for indie games. The range also includes applications and eBooks. The price put the buyer in the pay-what-you-want-principle established itself.
Corporate culture is to remain
Part of the proceeds go to charity. According to Humble Bundle founder and CEO Jeffrey Rosen 106 million US dollars in donations came together in seven years since the company was founded. Rosen announced that maintain their own offices, their own team and the com pany culture while IGN will support the further development of Humble Bundle.
Players and customers from Humble Bundle were disappointed: followed on the Twitter announcement from Humble Bundle some negative reactions.
Financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed. IGN operates several websites about video games and belonged for several years to Rupert Murdochs Fox Interactive Media. 2013 took over the media company Ziff Davis IGN. (Hze)