Final bids for a sale of NXC, the parent of Korean videogame firm Nexon (OTC:NEXOY), will be due May 15, according to the Korea Economic Daily.
That's a buyout that could value NXC at about 10T won, or $8.83B.
Advisers on the deal are Deutsche Bank, UBS and Morgan Stanley.
Meanwhile, Nexon founder Kim Jung-ju met with a high-level official at Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) and offered to sell his and others' stake in NXC, the newspaper JoongAng Ilbo says (via Bloomberg). Kim and his wife hold more than 96% of the parent company.
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