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Learn more about the event. LCG Entertainment, a new holding company formed by game industry veterans, has acquired the remnants of Telltale Games, the storytelling video game company that shut down in 2018. Telltale was broke into mainstream consciousness with games like The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, and Tales from the Borderlands.Who owns LCG games?
CEO Jamie Ottilie and chief revenue officer Brian Waddle are the founders of LCG, and the acquisition came about thanks to a pool of investors and advisers consisting of well-known names in the games industry, such as Chris Kingsley, Lyle Hall, Tobias Sjögren, Athlon Games (as a shareholder and publishing partner), and several additional partners.Who are the investors in LCG?
Ottilie is one of the investors in LCG. Since 2010, he has also been the founder and CEO of independent mobile, browser, and social game studio Galaxy Pest Control (GPC Games).Is Telltale Games owned by LCG?
About LCG Entertainment/Telltale Games LCG Entertainment is a privately held company, headquartered in Malibu with a satellite studio in Corte Madera, California. LCG Entertainment owns the brand, assets and various IP from the original Telltale Games company.