2K Games

2K Games, Inc. (shortened as 2K) is an American video game publisher. Notable titles include Borderlands, Civilization, The Darkness, BioShock, NBA 2K and WWE 2K.[1] 2K Games is a publishing subsidiary of Take-Two Interactive. It was created on January 25, 2005 after Take-Two acquired developer Visual Concepts and its wholly owned subsidiary Kush Games from Sega for US$24 million.[2] The name “2K Games” comes from Visual Concepts’ sports game lineup, typically referred to as the 2K series.

2K Games is a publishing division of Take-Two Interactive. It was created on January 25, 2005 after Take-Two acquired developerVisual Concepts and its wholly owned subsidiary Kush Games from Sega for US$24 million.[2] The name “2K Games” comes from Visual Concepts’ sports game lineup—typically referred to as the 2K series—which were originally published exclusively for the Dreamcast console. 2K Games was founded in Novato, California. The label publishes a wide variety of console and PC titles developed both internally and externally.