2K will continue making ‘WWE’ games

As many of you know the developer 2K Games It currently owns the rights to WWE for hand-to-hand fighting video games, which has given rise to the popular WWE 2K.

Both companies have recently met to extend their partnership, signing a contract that gives the rights to the series to 2K Games for “several more years,” which in turn confirms that the developer plans keep making games of professional wrestling for the next few years, both for dedicated gaming platforms and for mobile devices and the like.

David Ismaler of 2K Games said the following:

We are very pleased with our partnership with WWE and look forward to many years of collaboration.


Meet Umar Coleman, a professional with a wealth of experience in the realm of Linux administration and Unix systems. With a career spanning over two decades, Umar has honed his expertise as a Linux (Red Hat) admin since 2006, building on his earlier experiences with Unix systems from the 80s. Beyond his technical pursuits, he has ventured into radar research engineering and is also a dedicated teacher of Natural Family Planning. As a system administrator, Umar has been instrumental in ensuring the smooth operation of systems since 2005. With a passion for the web, he embraces hardcore web practices and excels as a social media specialist. A devoted music scholar, Umar constantly explores the diverse realms of music. As an entrepreneur, he pursues his ambitions while also indulging in his love for food as a wannabe food fan. In his leisure time, Umar enjoys gaming, immersing himself in captivating virtual worlds.