The publisher, among other things, owns the rights to games for Batman, Harry Potter and Game of Thrones, as well as the Mortal Kombat franchise.
According to CNBC sources, the amount of the deal to sell Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment can make up to four billion dollars. Interest in buying publishers have already shown Take-Two, Electronic Arts and Activision Blizzard.
At the same time, insiders do not exclude that AT&T will conclude such an agreement with the final buyer under which the holding will continue to profit from the sale of games from those franchises owned by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
AT&T declined to comment on preparations for the sale of the Warner Bros. gaming division.