At the end of last week, Codemasters, a British game developer, confirmed that take two, the parent company of R star, was negotiating a takeover of them, with a potential transaction value of nearly $974.5 million. Now the acquisition has made new progress. According to foreign media VGC, Codemasters has reached an agreement with take two, and the acquisition is expected to be completed in 2021. < / P > < p > Codemasters has reached a formal agreement with take two to sell in cash and shares, with the UK racing game company valued at about 750 million pounds (about $980 million). In a report sent to investors today, the two companies said they expect the acquisition to be completed in the first quarter of 2021, but it remains to be approved by the upcoming shareholders’ meeting. After the deal is completed, codemasers will be operated by take two’s 2K. < p > < p > Codemasters is a UK based racing game distributor with products such as dust series, F1 official game series, grid series, onrush, etc. They have also recently been awarded the World Rally Championship (WRC) and acquired slimly mad in 2019. < / P > < p > Codemasters believes that, thanks to take two’s leading position in the field of sports games, this acquisition will bring long-term success to the company, which is in the best interests of all stakeholders of the company. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today