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Viacom gives Harmonix $300m Rock Band reward

It has emerged that Viacom-owned MTV, the parent company of Rock Band developer Harmonix, has paid studio founders over $300 million in bonuses as a reward for exceeding performance targets.

To read more, head over to the internet’s number one games development website, Develop.

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