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Topic - Ubisoft
Ubisoft Entertainment S.A. is a French computer and video game publisher and developer, partially owned by Electronic Arts (20%) but still independent, with headquarters in Montreuil-sous-Bois, France. The company has a worldwide presence with studios in 17 countries and subsidiaries in 28 countries. - Source: Wikipedia
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