Atari is a global producer, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software for all market segments and all interactive game platforms including consoles from Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony, advanced smartphones, Personal Computers, web and online. Its games are sold in more than 60 countries through an international distribution network and direct to consumers.
Paris, FR
Size (employees)
13 (est)
Atari was founded in 1972 and is headquartered in Paris, FR

Key People/Management at Atari

Eugene Davis

Eugene Davis



Independent Director
J. Christopher Moran

J. Christopher Moran

Technical Staff

Atari Office Locations

Atari has an office in Paris
Paris, FR (HQ)
78 Rue Taitbout

Atari Financials and Metrics

Atari Financials


Market capitalization (31-Oct-2017)

81.6 m

Closing share price (31-Oct-2017)

Atari's current market capitalization is €81.6 m.
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Atari Market Value History

Atari's Web-traffic and Trends

Atari Online and Social Media Presence

Atari News and Updates

The Inside Story of 'Pong' and Nolan Bushnell’s Early Days at Atari

Installed in a bar in Sunnyvale, California, the first 'Pong' prototype was so popular that the flood of quarters jammed the machine.

Former Xbox leader Ed Fries quizzes Feargal Mac on Atari’s new console

EXCLUSIVE: Atari is charging forward with its plans to make a new video game console, the Ataribox, the first such hardware from the iconic American game company in more than two decades. We first confirmed it in June, and the company hopes to launch the box in the spring. Feargal Mac (Mac Conuladh)…

PC Gaming Weekly: Atari searches for a market

Thanks to an exclusive report from our lead writer, Dean Takahashi, we learned this week that the new Ataribox will be a low-cost gaming rig with Atari branding and style. The Ataribox will run on the Linux OS and feature an AMD processor. Yes, you’ll be able to play PC games on it, too — remember, …

Atari and Nestle are fighting over a 40-year-old video game

Atari has accused Nestle of copyright infringement after a British Kit-Kat ad bore a suspicious resemblance to an old-yet-familiar game. Anyone remember Breakout? Even if you don’t remember the name, you’d likely recognize the game if you saw it. You control a paddle at the bottom of the screen, and…

These are the 10 games Atari should include on the Ataribox

Atari is about to have a renaissance.Today's unveiling of the new Ataribox jolted the gaming world wide-awake this morning, stoking feelings of nostalgia in both the middle-aged fans of the original Atari 2600 console and newer fans of retro games.  SEE ALSO: I haven't owned a game console in 30 y…
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