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[[Upper Deck Entertainment]] was formerly licensed to manufacture the worldwide version of the game, commonly known as the [[Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game|TCG (Trading Card Game)]], under Konami's direction, until losing the license in a [[Konami v. Upper Deck|lawsuit]].
 
[[Upper Deck Entertainment]] was formerly licensed to manufacture the worldwide version of the game, commonly known as the [[Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game|TCG (Trading Card Game)]], under Konami's direction, until losing the license in a [[Konami v. Upper Deck|lawsuit]].
   
In 2012, Konami acquired the rights to dub Yu-Gi-Oh! anime from [[4Kids Entertainment]] while taking their productions with them renaming 4Kids Productions to 4K Media Inc., having secured ''Yu-Gi-Oh!''-related rights and assets in a joint operation with [[wikipedia:Saban Brands|Saban Brands]]. Starting August 25, 2012, Saban will air ''[[Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL]]'' as well as other ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' programs as part of their [http://myvortexx.com/ Vortexx] block on Saturday mornings.
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In 2012, Konami acquired the rights to dub Yu-Gi-Oh! anime from [[4Kids Entertainment]] while acquiring their production studio with them renaming "4Kids Productions" to "4K Media Inc.", having secured ''Yu-Gi-Oh!''-related rights and assets in a joint operation with [[wikipedia:Saban Brands|Saban Brands]]. Starting August 25, 2012, Saban will air ''[[Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL]]'' as well as other ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' programs as part of their [http://myvortexx.com/ Vortexx] block on Saturday mornings. On September 27, 2014 Vortexx did it's final airing and ended, later on the English dubs for the Yu-Gi-Oh! series went to air on [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicktoons_(United_States) Nicktoons].
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== 4K Media Inc. ==
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[[File:4K Media Inc. logo.svg-0.png|thumb|220x220px]]
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4K Media Inc. is a American subsidiary of Konami. First founded in 1992 as 4Kids Productions mostly known for dubbing a lot of Japanese anime, mainly dubbing the Yu-Gi-Oh! series and spinoffs.
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4Kids Productions was later shut down by 4Kids Entertainment on June 30, 2012, while Konami acquired them to be renamed to "4K Media Inc." in the same year.
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On June 4, 2018[https://www.multichannel.com/pr-feed/4k-media-konami-gaming-titles] The company later licensed three Konami properties Bomberman, Contra, and Frogger .
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Revision as of 05:07, July 9, 2018

Konami logo

Konami logo

Konami is a leading developer and publisher of numerous popular and strong-selling toys, trading cards, anime, tokusatsu, slot machines, arcade cabinets and video games.

Konami manufactures the Asian version of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game, commonly known as the OCG (Official Card Game) and organize all OCG tournaments. Konami also produces all Yu-Gi-Oh! video games.

Upper Deck Entertainment was formerly licensed to manufacture the worldwide version of the game, commonly known as the TCG (Trading Card Game), under Konami's direction, until losing the license in a lawsuit.

In 2012, Konami acquired the rights to dub Yu-Gi-Oh! anime from 4Kids Entertainment while acquiring their production studio with them renaming "4Kids Productions" to "4K Media Inc.", having secured Yu-Gi-Oh!-related rights and assets in a joint operation with Saban Brands. Starting August 25, 2012, Saban will air Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL as well as other Yu-Gi-Oh! programs as part of their Vortexx block on Saturday mornings. On September 27, 2014 Vortexx did it's final airing and ended, later on the English dubs for the Yu-Gi-Oh! series went to air on Nicktoons.

4K Media Inc.

4K Media Inc. logo.svg-0

4K Media Inc. is a American subsidiary of Konami. First founded in 1992 as 4Kids Productions mostly known for dubbing a lot of Japanese anime, mainly dubbing the Yu-Gi-Oh! series and spinoffs.

4Kids Productions was later shut down by 4Kids Entertainment on June 30, 2012, while Konami acquired them to be renamed to "4K Media Inc." in the same year.

On June 4, 2018[1] The company later licensed three Konami properties Bomberman, Contra, and Frogger .

External links

konami.com

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