Agoura-based videogame developer THQ has sold off its value PC software arm, ValueSoft, to Westminster, California-based Cosmi, the firms said this morning. Financial terms of the sale were not disclosed. ValueSoft, which is based in Chaska, Minnesota, distributes value priced PC games. THQ said the sale will allow the company to focus on its core video game portfolio. Cosmi publishes PC productivity, education, utility, entertainment, and other software which is distributed to retail stores like Office Depot, Staples, officeMax, Walmart, and others.
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THQ Sells ValueSoft Division To Cosmi Software