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Wednesday, 20 June 2012 08:37

Italian and Spanish office closed by THQ

Written by David Stellmack

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Koch Media to handle distribution in those regions

Based on previously announced plans, THQ has pulled the plug on both its offices in Italy and Spain and turned the distribution over to Koch Media in those regions. This was part of a distribution deal that was reached with Koch for Italy and Spain.

From what we understand, the distribution will not affect other countries in the European region for the time being, but THQ may expand the partnership with Koch if it proves effective, according to whispers that we are hearing.

We will have to see how effective this partnership is with the launch of THQ’s upcoming products.


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