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Kabam receives $800 million bid for its best asset: its Vancouver studio

EXCLUSIVE: Kabam has received an unsolicited bid to sell its successful Vancouver mobile game studio, according to source familiar with the matter. GamesBeat has learned that a bidder approached Kabam to buy only the Vancouver operation, which made the mobile publisher’s most successful game — Marvel Contest of Champions. It’s also working on Transformers in a partnership with Hasbro.
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