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The following list contains nearly all of the assets owned by OWL Ventures.

MGM Entertainment

MGM Entertainment - merger between MGM Holdings, Lionsgate and OWL Pictures

  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios - integrated with OWL Pictures USA, Lionsgate Motion Picture Group and Skydance Media
    • Metro Pictures LLC - film and TV library holdings
    • MGM On Stage - stage productions
      • Annapurna Theatre - label for "both humble and twisted" theatre productions
    • MGM Development LLC - formerly Skydance Development LLC
    • MGM Home Entertainment - integrated with OWL Distribution, OWL Home Entertainment and Lionsgate Home Entertainment
    • Annapurna Pictures - fate to be determined
    • STXfilms - fate to be determined
    • Legendary Pictures - to be merged into MGM after the release of Dune (December 2020)
    • Uncharted - non-action/sci-fi/fantasy film label formerly part of Skydance; to be discontinued
    • Orion Pictures
    • United Artists Releasing - joint venture with Annapurna Pictures and Orion Pictures
      • 1091 Pictures - fate to be determined
        • Streamwise - film distribution related analytics and other technologies
      • United Artists - Los Angeles and New York; the current revival being formed out of a merger between ShivHans Pictures, SC Films, New Republic Pictures, Hyde Park Entertainment Group, Hyde Park Entertainment, Maven Pictures, Worldview Entertainment, Venture Forth and Archer Gray
        • Clover Entertainment - formerly MM2 Entertainment's New York office
        • Nash Films (formerly Nash TV Films) - to be closed or merged into United Artists
    • Participant
      • SoulPancake
    • IFC Films - fate to be determined
      • IFC Midnight
      • Sundance Selects
    • Amblin Partners (~70%) - joint venture with Universal Pictures and Alibaba Pictures, with OWL's stakes inherited from Participant/eOne/Reliance acquisitions; integrated with Motion Picture Capital (Reliance Entertainment)
    • Makeready - co-backing with Universal Pictures only, film and television production company run by Brad Weston
    • Sierra/Affinity
    • Automatik
    • Lava Bear Films
    • Riverstone Pictures
    • Lionsgate Films
  • MGM International - merger between STX International and Annapurna International/Panorama Media
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures China - headquartered in Shanghai with a satellite office in Beijing; a joint venture with China Film Group, Jeff Gao and Yuki Li, formed out of a merger between SC China, STX China, Legendary East and Clover Entertainment China
    • OWL Pictures Canada - merger between eOne Films and Creative Wealth Media
    • OWL Pictures France - headquartered in Paris; formed out of a merger between Orange Studio, the M6 Films co-production company, M6 Studio, SNC Audiovisuel FF (Fidélité Films) and SNC Catalogue MC (Mandarin Cinema)
      • Distribution joint venture with TF1 Studio for select films
    • OWL Pictures UK - headquartered in London; formed out of a merger between Lionsgate UK, eOne UK, Backup Media Group, Invicta Capital, SC Films International's financing department/SC Film & TV Fund, FilmNation Entertainment UK, Independent Film Sales, HandMade Films International, SC Films International, Enbankment Films, Axiom Films, Altitude Film Distribution, Thunderbird Releasing, Altitude Film Sales, HanWay Films, Park Circus and Dogwoof Sales/Dogwoof Releasing
      • Elevation Sales (joint venture with StudioCanal UK)
      • Primal Media
      • Potboiler Television (joint venture with Potboiler Productions)
    • OWL Pictures Ireland - formerly eOne Films Ireland
    • OWL Pictures Spain - formerly eOne Films Spain
    • Koch Films - Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Italy; inherited from Embracer Group acquisition
      • Sola Media - children's entertainment licensor
    • Eros International - India; satellite offices in Fiji, United Arab Emirates, UK and Singapore, integrated with Lionsgate India and Reliance Entertainment
      • Trinity Pictures
      • Big Screen Entertainment Pvt Ltd (64% share)
      • Colour Yellow Productions (50%)
      • Copsale Limited
      • Digicine Pte Ltd
      • Eros Animation Pvt Ltd - integrated with Reliance Animation/BIG Animation
      • Eyeqube Studios Pvt Limited (99.9% share)
      • Techzone 56060
      • Global Cinemas LLP - joint venture with Asian Cinemas and Suresh Production Entertainment LLP
      • Y Not Studios - joint venture with producers S. Sashikanth and Sanjay Wadhwa
      • Plan C Studios - joint venture with Neeraj Pandey
      • Window Seat Films LLP - joint venture with Imtiaz Ali
      • Rohit Shetty Picturez - joint venture with Rohit Shetty
      • Reliance Eros Productions LLP
    • Globalgate Entertainment - joint venture with Televisa (Mexico), Tobis Film (Germany), Nordisk Film (Denmark), TME Films (Turkey), Lotte Entertainment (South Korea), PKDN Films (Japan), Paris Filmes (Brazil), Viva Films (Philippines), Falcon Pictures (Indonesia), Cine Colombia (Colombia) and Rai Cinema (Italy)
      • International Distribution Company, LLC - handles the distribution of Summit and Lionsgate films in Latin America; however, IDC itself does not distribute films directly to the market; rather, it resell films to local film distributors in individual countries in Latin America
      • Distribution joint ventures with WW Entertainment and Belga Films (latter owned by Revolution Media Group) in the Benelux, Paramount Pictures in Germany, Universal Pictures in Australia and New Zealand, Revolutionary Releasing in Eastern Europe (excluding Russia), Sun Distribution in Latin America, and Italia Films in Middle East, Greece and Turkey
    • Blumhouse International - a joint venture with Blumhouse Productions
  • OWL Rights - formerly WildBrain CPLG
  • OWL Kids and Family
    • Awesome Media & Entertainment (minority stake)
    • Nelvana - integrated with Oasis Animation, Industrial Brothers, WildBrain, Look Mom! Productions, WOW! Unlimited Media, Ezrin Hirsh Entertainment, TeamTO Toronto, Radical Sheep Productions's Toronto office and former assets of DHX Studios Toronto
      • Nelvana Halifax - formerly Jam Filled Halifax, integrated with the former assets of DHX Studios Halifax
      • Nelvana Vancouver - merger between Rainmaker British Columbia, Mainframe Studios, Rainmaker Studios and WildBrain Studios
      • Nelvana Ottawa - formerly Jam Filled Entertainment
      • Nelvana New York - formerly Boat Rocker Rights/Radical Sheep Productions's New York office
      • Nelvana Paris - formerly Zephyr Animation, which used to be part of About Premium Content
      • Nelvana Digital Network
      • Nelvana International
      • Nelavana Enterprises - licensing and merchandising arm in Toronto and Paris
    • Frederator Studios - integrated with Rainmaker Los Angeles
    • The Jim Henson Company (70% stake, a joint venture with the Henson family and Disney) - owns the Muppets, Sesame Workshop and Jim Henson library, OWL handles part of the international distribution and licensing through OWL Kids & Family
      • Sesame Workshop Entertainment - minority stake
      • Jim Henson Home Entertainment
      • Jim Henson Records
      • Jim Henson's Creature Shop
      • Henson Alternative
    • Little Airplane Productions
    • OWL Kids and Family UK - merger between TeamTO's London office, Abbey Home Media and Magic Light Pictures
    • The K Entertainment Company - acquired with Jordan Kenner becoming Co-Director of OWL Kids and Family in 2020
  • MGM Animation - current revival formed out of a merger between Skydance Animation, STX Family and OWL Animation
    • OWL Animation Oregon - formerly ShadowMachine's Portland, OR office
    • MGM Animation Madrid - formerly Skydance Animation Madrid/Illion Animation Studios
    • MGM Animation China - formerly TeamTO's Beijing studio
    • MGM Animation Europe - headquarters in Paris with satellite offices in Roubaix, Bourg-lès-Valence, Hamburg, Munich and Doncols; formed out of a merger between Cyber Group Studios, TeamTO and Studio 100 Animation (France), Ulysses Filmproduktion and Studio Isar Animation (Germany) and LuxAnimation (Luxembourg)
    • Flying Bark Productions - Australia
    • Jensen Rhine Films
  • MGM Television Worldwide Group and Digital - integrated with STX Digital, Legendary Television and Legendary Digital Media
    • MGM Virtual Reality - formerly STX Surreal
    • MGM Television - integrated with OWL Television Studios, Legendary Television, Red Arrow Studios International's US office, Splash Entertainment's distribution operations, Kew Media Distribution's Los Angeles office and Passion Distribution
      • Lionsgate Television - fate to be determined
      • Orion Television - integrated with Orion TV Productions LLC
      • Annapurna Television - fate to be determined
      • Lightworkers Media
        • Third Coast Content - minority stake inherited from Endeavor
      • Georgeville Television - inherited from Reliance Group acquisition
      • Gato Grande Productions - joint venture with Mexican entrepreneurs Miguel Aleman and Antonio Cué
      • Big Fish Entertainment LLC
      • MGM/UA Television - scripted label; integrated with 7Beyond, Diamond Docs, and the Los Angeles offices of Cove Pictures, Atrium TV, Muse Entertainment, Karga Seven Pictures & Brain Academy
        • Fabrik Entertainment
      • MGM Global Formats and Unscripted Content - international formats label; integrated with Magical Elves, Matador Content, Spoke Studios, Campfire, Maverick Television USA, Studio Lambert USA, Beyond Productions Los Angeles/7Beyond, Blue Ant Studios USA's Los Angeles office, Discovery Studios Los Angeles, Dorsey Pictures Los Angeles, and 10Fold
        • Evolution Media (Evolution Film & Tape, Inc.)
        • 44 Blue Productions
        • Den of Thieves
        • Diamond Docs
        • A Smith & Co Entertainment
        • Kinetic Content
        • Blackfin - inherited from eOne acquisition
        • Renegade83 - inherited from eOne acquisition
      • OWL Television Studios UK - London; a full-fledged production company formed out of a merger between All3Media, Tinopolis Interactive (TININT), NENT Creative Studio, Seven Studios UK, Lipsync Post, All3Media International, Kew Media Distribution's London office, Red Arrow Studios International's UK office, Boat Rocker Rights's UK office, NENT Studios UK, TCB Media Rights, Maverick Television London, Argonon International, Lion Television UK, Sunset + Vine International, MSV Post, Protagonist Pictures, Leopard Pictures, Daybreak Pictures, Fiction Factory Films London, Like a Shot TV, Barefaced TV's scripted content department, Nevision, Lipsync Productions, Windfall Films, Endor Productions and the London offices of Atrium TV and Cove Pictures; it houses all labels (except Lime and Bentley) under the same offices
        • Amos Pictures
        • Angelica Films - joint venture with Sally Angel
        • Aurora Media Worldwide
        • Barefaced TV
        • Bullion Productions
        • BriteSpark Films
        • Caravan Media
        • Company Pictures
        • CPL Productions
        • Firecracker Films
        • Great Scott Media
        • Mentorn
        • NERD TV
        • New Pictures
          • Witchery Pictures - joint venture with Siobhan Finnigan and Judith King
        • North One Television
        • Optomen
        • Pioneer Productions
        • Raw TV
        • Remedy Productions
        • Rise Films
        • Seven Stories - joint venture with Anand Tucker and Sharon Maguire
        • Spirit Digital Media Ltd
        • Studio Lambert
        • Sunset + Vine
        • Thunderclap Media
        • Transparent Television
        • Two Brothers Pictures
        • Two Halves Pictures
        • Unstoppable Film and TV - run by Noel Clarke and Jason Maza
        • Video Arts
        • West Road Pictures
        • Bentley Productions Ltd - located at Pinewood Studios
        • Lime Pictures - Liverpool; integrated with Leopard Pictures/Films's Liverpool operations
        • Firecracker Films - Glasgow; integrated with Lion Television Glasgow, Bandicoot TV, Mentron Scotland, Sunset + Vine Scotland and Remedy Productions's Glasgow office
      • OWL Television Studios Canada - Toronto; formerly Agincourt Productions, integrated with Muse Entertainment, Nelvana Digital, Boat Rocker Rights's Toronto office, WildBrain Distribution, Kew Media Distribution's Toronto office, Crooked Horse Productions, Salloon Media, Architect Films, Sienna Films, Bristow Global Media (BGM), Proper Television, Rhombus Media, Insight Productions, Media Headquarters Film and Television (MHQ), Our House Media, 4East Media, Temple Street, ​Breakthrough Entertainment​ and Mad Rabbit
        • Burrard Street Media - Vancouver; a mixed-media production company formed out of a merger between Remedy Productions's Vancouver office (aka Remedy Canada) and BroadbandTV's Interactive division
        • Datsit Studios - Montreal; integrated with Sphere Media Plus, Quiet Motion and Go Films
        • Force Four Entertainment
        • Paperny Entertainment
      • OWL International Studios - formerly eOne Television
        • Amedia - Russia
        • OWL International Studios Latin America - Miami, Bogota, Mexico, Buenos Aires
        • OWL International Studios Iberia - Madrid
        • OWL International Studios Brazil - Sao Paulo and Rio
        • Daisybeck Studios - United Kingdom
        • Whizz Kid Entertainment - United Kingdom
    • MGM Digital - integrated with OWL Digital Media

Film libraries owned by MGM

MGM Entertainment owns its film and TV libraries under MGM Studios subsidiary Metro Pictures LLC.

OWL Music

OWL Publishing

  • OWL Books
  • Legendary Comics - integrated with OWL Comics
  • OWL Audiobooks & Podcasts - formed out of Rogers Sports & Media's podcast assets
    • Frequency Podcast Network
    • Pacific Content

OWL Studio Services

  • OWL Studios North America
    • ​OWL Studios New York - formerly Steiner Studios
    • OWL Studios Pennsylvania - formerly Sun Center Studios
  • Styhon Battersea Studios Group - formerly Styhon Studio Facilities; formed out of merger between Raleigh Enterprises and Facility Prince
    • Styhon Studios New Mexico - formerly Garson Studios (now Santa Fe Lot), Albuquerque Studios (now Albuquerque Lot) and Roswell Studios (now Roswell Lot)
    • Styhon Studios Utah - formerly Park City Film Studios
    • Styhon Studios Iskandar (Malaysia) - formerly Iskandar Malaysia Studios
      • Basecamp Films Sdn Bhd - digital mastering services; during acquisition, all staff from the Kuala Lumpur office have been moved here as well
    • Styhon Studios Caribbean - formerly Pinewood Dominican Republic Studios
    • Styhon Studio Facilities Europe - formerly Galaxy Studios Group
    • Sun Valley Studios - upcoming

OWL Media

Wase

Wase (Watson Sports & Experiences, formerly OWL Experiences) is the sports and experiences division.

  • Watson Sports + Entertainment - formed out of a merger between Braves Group and OWL Sports
  • Formula One Group - 50/50 joint venture with The Eclipse Group
    • Formula One Promotions and Administration
    • Formula One Management
  • Daydream Parks & Resorts - formerly OWL Parks and Resorts
  • Wase Cinemas Group - formerly Styhon Battersea Cinemas Group:
    • White Cinema - formerly part of Belga Films Group
    • Kino Engel - formerly part of Cinema Mondo
    • IFC Center - formerly part of AMC Networks
    • Cinema 21 - Indonesia
    • MBO Five Star - Malaysia; merger between MBO Cinemas and Lotus Five Star
    • Carnival Cinemas - India, Singapore, UAE and Bahrain
    • Major Cineplex - Thailand and Laos
    • Nu Metro Cinemas - South Africa
    • Cinex - Venezuela
    • Vieshow Cinemas - Taiwan
    • Cinema Sunshine - Japan
    • Cinema Park - Russia
    • Star Cineplex - Bangladesh
    • FilmAuro Cinemas - Italy
    • Tribeca Cinemas - New York
    • mk2 Cinemas - France, joint venture with mk2 Diffussion
    • Caribbean Cinemas - Central America and the Caribbean (except Cuba)
    • Folkets Bio - cinemas in Sweden, locations in Frölunda, Gothenburg, Jonkoping, Lulea, Grove, Malmo, Stockholm, Tollered, Umeå, Uppsala, Visby, Vasteras, Vaxjo, Ostersund and Östra Vemmerlöv
    • Cineplexx - Austria, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia; formerly part of Constantin Film
      • Cineplexx Switzerland - formerly Pathé's cinemas in Switzerland
      • Cineplexx Tunisia - formerly Pathé's cinemas in Tunisia
    • Cinescape - formerly Kuwait National Cinema Company
      • 1954 Film House
    • Novo Cineplexes - merger between Grand Cinemas and Novo Cinemas, the latter was formerly part of Gulf Film
      • Taj Cinemas - Jordan
      • Cinemall - Lebanon
    • MMCineplexes - formerly part of MM2 Entertainment
      • River Front Mega Cineplex Sdn Bhd (20%)
    • Cathay Cineplexes Singapore - formerly part of MM2 Entertainment
    • Haut et Court Cinemas - formerly owned by Haut et Court
      • Le Nouvel Odéon - Paris
      • Le Louxor - Paris
      • Le Sémaphore - Nîmes
      • L'astrée et le Forum - Chambéry
  • Wase Theatres - merger between Delfont Mackintosh Theatres and LW Theatres, integrated with ex-Vivendi Village assets sold by Vuori
    • InfoConcert.com - booking service
    • THÉÂTRE DE L’ŒUVRE - theatre in France
    • La Petit Olympia - restaurant
    • U Live - concert promoter
  • Illucity - virtual reality entertainment, formerly part of Ymagis Group
  • Plopsa - theme parks division; formerly part of Studio 100
  • The Improv - owned and operated locations in Brea, Hollywood, Irvine, Ontario, San Jose, Oxnard (CA), Pittsburgh (PA) and Raleigh (NC) with licensed locations elsewhere; formerly part of Levity Live
    • Umami Burger - Irvine (CA)
    • Copper Blues - Oxnard (CA)
    • Levity Live - West Nyack (NY)

Fairchild

Fairchild (formerly OWL Technologies) is OWL's technology division, based in Lillen, France. It used to be Nacon, in turn formed out of a merger between Bigben Group's non-gaming businesses and Bigben Connected, integrated with the Lillen headquarters of Bigben Interactive/Nacon. Nacon then merged with OWL Technologies to form Fairchild, with the Nacon name going to Vuori.

  • Games.fr
  • DTS, Inc.
  • ARM Holdings - inherited from SoftBank acquisition

Hoot

  • Rogers - legally Hoot Canada
    • ​Rogers Cable​ - integrated with Shaw Cable and Shaw Broadcast Services
    • Rogers Mobile - merger between Rogers Wireless​ and ​Rogers Telecom
    • Rogers Sat - formerly Shaw Direct
    • Rogers Business - formerly Shaw Business Solutions
    • Rogers Fleet Management - formerly Shaw Tracking
  • Hoot Europe - merger between Altice and Iliad SA
    • Salt - Switzerland
      • 7acht - Liechtenstein
    • MegaFon - Russia
    • O2 (Ireland and Bulgaria) - legally Hoot Ireland and Hoot Bulgaria respectively
    • Eir - Ireland; ownership under debate (See Hoot v. the Irish government)
    • Telecom Italia - Italy, San Marino and Vatican City 
    • Altice Portugal
    • Hot - Israel
    • Partner - Israel; 90/10 joint venture with S.B. Israel Telecom
    • Three Holdings B.V. - Netherlands
    • Orange - France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Spain; 75/25 joint venture with the French government
      • Orange's operations in Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Ukraine (formerly known as Vodafone), Austria​ and Bulgaria (formerly known as A1) - acquired during Styhon Battersea Telecom's merger into Crown Cellular​
        • Hungaro Digitel (44,62%) - inherited from Grupo Oi acquisition
      • Orange Serbia - merger between ​Vip mobile​ and ​Telenor Serbia
      • Verizon Media Europe - 50/50 joint venture with Hoot USA, formerly known as Viaccess-Orca
      • Globecast
      • Orange TV - integrated with SFR TV
      • Simyo - Spain
      • Lycamobile - MVNOs in South Africa & Tunisia (Orange Africa) and Denmark (TDC)
      • Orange Internet - consolidation of Orange's ISP operations, SHD (SFR) and RED by SFR 
        • Livebox - integrated with Freebox's operations and Altice ADSL
      • Orange Jeux - game operating division and online games portal
      • Orange Bank - financial services division and mobile payment service; integrated with Orange Money and Orange Lease
      • Orange Labs - integrated with Orange Vallée, Nordnet, W-HA and Sofrecom
        • Orange Consulting
        • Djingo - virtual assistant
        • Orange Security - formerly Orange Télésurveillance
          • Orange Cyberdefense
      • Orange Advertising Network
      • Orange Marine
      • Orange Energy - Poland; an energy producer
      • BT Group (4%) - United Kingdom
    • Telekom Srbija - ex-Yugoslavia; branded as MTS, 50/50 joint venture with the Serbian government
      • Mondo.rs - news portal
      • Mtel Montenegro - 51/49 joint venture with O2 BH
      • Orange Bank - formerly MTS Banka
    • KPN - 16.1% stake; Netherlands, integrated with Lycamobile Netherlands and Ortel Mobile
      • Yes Telecom
      • KPN Winkel - retail stores
      • Simyo - Netherlands
    • Türk Telekom - Turkey; 65/5/30 joint venture with Türk Telekom's creditors and the Treasury of Turkey
    • Telia - Norway, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia; 50/50 joint venture with the Swedish government; integrated with Lycamobile Norway
      • Telia Finance
      • Telia Carrier - Tier 1 international carrier
      • Turkcell (51%) - Turkey
        • Life:) - Belarus; 80/20 joint venture with the Belarus government
        • Lifecell - Ukraine
      • Tet (49%) - Latvia
      • LMT (24.5%) - Latvia
    • Telenor - Norway, Denmark and Sweden; 46/54 joint venture with the Norwegian government; integrated with Lycamobile Sweden
      • DNA Oyj - Finland
      • Telenor Research
      • Norkring - terrestrial broadcast network in Norway
      • Telenor Satellite Broadcasting
      • Canal Digital - merger with Viasat pending
    • VodafoneZiggo
      • Ziggo
      • Vodafone Netherlands
  • Hoot Mexico, Latin America and Carribean - formerly America Movil, integrated with Speedy Movil
    • Telmex - Mexico; integrated with Telcel
    • Claro - Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay; integrated with Altice Dominicana and Viva
      • Claro Guyana - merger between GT&T, SFR Caraïbe and Orange Caraïbe; also serves Guadeloupe, Martinique and French Guiana
      • Natcom - Haiti; 60/40 joint venture with the Haiti government, inherited from Viettel Global acquisition
      • Claro Peru - formerly called Bitel, inherited from Viettel Global acquisition
      • Claro Bolivia - formerly NuevaTel
      • Verizon Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands - 50/50 joint venture with Hoot USA, formed out of a merger between Viya and Choice Wireless, integrated with Claro Puerto Rico
      • Claro Brasil - integrated with DLA Inc., Nextel Brasil and Embratel
      • Claro TV
    • Dish México - 49% stake
    • Seccion Amarilla - equivalent to Yellow Pages
  • Orange Africa (35%)
  • O2 Asia-Pacific (50%)
  • Telstra​ - Australia; integrated with Lycamobile Australia
  • SoftBank - Japan; integrated with SoftBank Group, RBJ Corporation, SB Media Holdings and Shiodome Z Holdings
    • SB C&S - manufactures, distributes and sells SoftBank branded IT-related products
    • Orange Labs Asia - Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea; technology incubator, formerly SB Technology
      • Wireless City Planning (32.2%) - planning and provision of mobile broadband services
      • Fontworks - font planning and development
      • Orange Security Asia (75%) - formerly Cybertrust
      • Asoratech Co Ltd (51%)
      • Reden (66%)
    • SB Human Capital - operation of online employment information site
      • ECareer
        • ECareer FA
        • ECareer NEXTFIELD
      • Cariok
    • Realize Mobile Communications Corp - planning, design, operation of mobile solutions; planning, production and distribution of mobile content; outsourcing related to the mobile business; mobile commerce business; and consulting services regarding the mobile business
    • ITmedia (~53%)
    • SB Creative
    • Vector (42.2%) - video game retail
    • Z Holdings
    • LINE Mobile Co., Ltd. (60%)
    • Willcom Okinawa Co., Ltd. (84%)
    • SB Mobile Service Co., Ltd.
    • SB Engineering Co., Ltd.
    • IDC Frontier Co., Ltd.
    • HAPS Mobile Co., Ltd. (92.9%)
    • SB Payment Service Co., Ltd.
    • One Tap BUY Co., Ltd. (62.5%)
    • Agoop Co., Ltd. (100%)
    • Incudata Inc.
    • SB Innoventure Co., Ltd. (100%)
      • umamill corporation
      • conect.plus corporation
    • SB At Work Co., Ltd.
    • SB Ad Co., Ltd. (formerly Shiodome Agency Co., Ltd.) (100%)
    • SB Gift Co., Ltd.
    • SB Cloud Co., Ltd. (formerly Shiodome Business Development Preparation No. 2) (60%)
    • SB Partners Co., Ltd. (100%)
    • SB Power Co., Ltd. (100%)
    • SB Players Co., Ltd. (100%)
    • Every sync Co., Ltd.- a joint venture of SoftBank Corp. and video research
    • Encored Japan Co., Ltd. (50.1%)
    • Offers Co., Ltd.-Introduction of membership services provided by WeWork Japan GK
    • Generate Co., Ltd. (60%)
    • Cinarra Systems Japan Co., Ltd.
    • Nippon Computer Vision Co., Ltd.
    • Co., Ltd. hugmo
    • PS Solutions Co. , Ltd. (100%)
    • BBIX Corporation
    • BB Satellite Co., Ltd. (100%)
    • BB Backbone Co., Ltd.
    • Beaune Co., Ltd. (63%)
    • Findability Sciences Inc. (51%)
    • BOLDLY Co., Ltd. (SBG company-wide 99.7%)
    • mice platform inc.
    • MagicalMove Inc. (100%)
    • SBTM ONLINE (SUZHOU) CO., LTD.
    • SB Telecom America Corp.
    • SB Telecom Singapore Pte. Ltd.
    • SB Telecom (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
    • SBTelecom China (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
    • SoftBank Telecom India Pvt. Ltd.
    • PT. SoftBank Telecom Indonesia
    • SoftBank Telecom Vietnam Co., Ltd.
    • SoftBank Telecom Europe Ltd.
    • Saijinia Co., Ltd. (32.1%) [Higashima: 6031]
    • Genie Inc. (31.3%) [Touma: 6562]
    • T-point Japan Co., Ltd. (34.0%)
    • DiDi mobility Japan Co., Ltd. (50.0%) - dropwise outgoing and a joint venture of SOFTBANK CORP.
    • Cyber ​​Reason Japan Co., Ltd. (formerly Shiodome Business Development Preparation No. 1 Co., Ltd.) (49.9%)
    • WeWork Japan GK (25.0%)
    • OYO Hotels Japan GK (24.9%)
    • MONET Technologies Co., Ltd. (35.2%)
    • Air Trust Co., Ltd. (formerly Shiodome No. 1 Co., Ltd.) (49%)
    • Fukuoka Softbank Hawks Co., Ltd. (100%)
    • SB Energy Co., Ltd. (100%)
    • PayPay Co., Ltd. (100% of SBG company)
    • Boston Dynamics, Inc. - Mobile robot design and development
    • SoftBank Robotics Group Co., Ltd. (formerly SoftBank Robotics Holdings ) (74.5%)
    • Skywalk Finance LLC (indirectly owned 100%) -Borrowing secured by Alibaba shares
    • SoftBank Ventures Asia Corp. (100% indirect ownership) -Fund management in Asia
    • SoftBank Korea Corp. (100%) -Holding company
    • SB Pan Pacific Corporation (100%) -Holding company
    • STARFISH I PTE LTD. (100%) -Holding company
    • West Raptor Holdings, LLC (100% indirect ownership) -Holding company
    • Hayate Corporation (100%)
    • Alibaba Group Holding Limited (25.1%) [NYSE:BABA]
      • Alibaba, Inc.-Alibaba Group and SoftBank Group joint venture
    • InMobi Pte. Ltd. (45.0%)
    • Foxconn Ventures Pte. Ltd. (36.4%) (Changed from SOFTBANK GROUP CAPITAL APAC PTE. LTD.)- Joint venture with Foxconn
    • Renren Inc. (38.9%) [NYSE: RENN]-A company that invests in a company that operates a human network .
    • HIKE GLOBAL PTE. LTD.
    • SB INVESTMENT HOLDINGS (UK) LIMITED
    • SVF HOLDCO (UK) LIMITED (formerly ARM Holdings ) [LSE:ARM* delisted]
    • LA BI Holdco LLC
    • Net Culture LLC
    • SBG Managers LLC (formerly Shiodome Business No. 12 LLC)
    • SB Triangle Holdco (Jersey) Limited
    • Moonlight Finance LLC (formerly Shiodome Business No. 15 Co., Ltd.)
    • SOFTBANK Holdings Inc. (100%)
    • SoftBank America Inc. (100%)
    • Softbank Group Capital Europe Limited
    • Classi Co., Ltd. (50%) - A joint venture of Benesse Holdings and SoftBank Corp.
    • SB Logistics Co., Ltd. (formerly Shiodome Business No. 7 Co., Ltd.) (100%)
    • Cyber ​​University Co., Ltd. (100%)
    • J.Score Co., Ltd. (50%)
    • Deep Core Co., Ltd. (formerly Shiodome Business No. 4 Co., Ltd.) (100%)
    • SB Power Management Co., Ltd.
    • S&I Corporation (43.5%)
    • BM & Research Institute, Inc. (change from broad media Research Institute) - Yoshimoto Kogyo Holdings of equity holdings
    • Softbank Group International Japan Co., Ltd.
    • Amuse 2.0 Co., Ltd.
    • Artemis Corporation
    • Shiodome Estate Co., Ltd.
    • Shiodome Finance Co., Ltd.
    • Shiodome Leasing Co., Ltd.
    • Shiodome Mobile Co., Ltd.
    • Triangle G Co., Ltd. (formerly Shiodome Business No. 8 Co., Ltd.)
    • Shiodome Business No. 9 GK
    • TSX Investment LLC (formerly Shiodome Business No. 10 LLC)
    • Shiodome Business No. 11 GK
    • Triangle M Co., Ltd. (formerly Shiodome Business No. 13 Co., Ltd.)
    • Windsor Finance Co., Ltd. (formerly Shiodome Business No. 14 Co., Ltd.)
    • Shiodome Business No. 16 GK
    • Shiodome Business No. 17 GK
    • Shiodome Business No. 18 GK
    • Shiodome Business No. 19 GK
    • Shiodome Business No. 20 Co., Ltd.
    • Orange Business Services Asia - consolidation of Singtel's B2B and ICT services (including NCS, Uecomm and Alphawest), as well as SB C&S's IT service operations, IT Cloud Co Ltd, Plus Style Co Ltd, SB Frameworks, M-Solutions, Kan Co Ltd, and BB Soft Service Co Ltd
      • Dee Corp - management support services focused on sourcing
  • Hoot USA - formed out of a merger between ​Atlantic Broadband​, CenturyLink (with Qwest, Embarq and CenturyTel brands), TDS (with TDS Telecom and U.S. Cellular), Cincinatti Bell, Consolidated Communications (with FairPoint Communications), Frontier Communications, Windstream, Charter Communications, Dish Network, XO Communications, Cox Communications, Altice USA and ATN (with Commnet)
  • Hoot Wholesale - consolidation of OWL Telecom's wholesale operations around the world
  • Hoot Business Solutions - merger between all of the B2B, and cloud services operations of Hoot USA's predecessors (including Verizon Wireless), Orange Business Services, Claro Enterprise Solutions (formerly Telmex USA), Telvista, Global Hitss (the three being formerly owned by America Movil), Cam IT Solutions, Solcon, StartReady, RoutIT (the four being formerly owned by KPN), Argela and Online SAS, as well as the international subsidiaries's call center and data center operations

OWL Food and Drinks

  • OWL Fine Drinks
    • OWL Wineries & Distilleries
    • OWL Breweries
      • Carling Brewery - Burton-on-Trent (UK)
      • Molson Brewery - Montreal, Chilliwack, Toronto and St. John's
        • Creemore Springs
        • Molson Canadian - the company's flagship beer, and official beer of the National Hockey League in Canada
          • Molson DryMolson ExelMolson Export, Molson Brador, Molson Extra (only available in Newfoundland), Molson Golden, Molson Ice, Molson kick, Molson M, Molson Stock Ale, Molson XXX
        • Black Horse - only available in Newfoundland
        • India Beer - only available in Newfoundland
        • Dominion Ale - only available in Newfoundland
        • Calgary Beer - only available in Saskatchewan and Alberta
        • Laurentide - only available in Quebec
        • Standard Lager - only available in Manitoba
        • Black Ice - ice beer made at the Toronto brewery
        • Bohemian - brewed at the Toronto brewery
        • O'Keefe Ale - brewed at the Toronto brewery
        • Old Style Pilsner - brewed at the Toronto brewery
        • Old Vienna - brewed at the St. Louis brewery
        • Rickard's Red - brewed at the Montreal brewery
          • Rickard's Red IPA
          • Rickard's Dark
          • Rickard's Honey Brown
          • Rickard's White
          • Rickard's Blonde
    • OWL Soft Drinks

OWL Restaurants

  • Japanese Restaurants
    • Oishi (Japan)
      • Oishi Grand
      • Oishi Eaterium
      • Oishi Japanese Buffet
      • Oishi Ramen
      • Oishi Delivery
        • By Oishi
          • Shabushi
          • Nikuya
          • Kakashi
        • Hou Yuu
  • Fine Dining Restaurants
    • Baan Suriyasai
  • Casual Dining Restaurants
    • So Asean Face
    • Chilli Thai
    • Cafe Chilli
    • Pot Ministry
    • South Tiger
    • Eat Pot
  • Quick Service Restaurants
    • KFC Asia - under licence from Yum! Brands
  • Western Restaurants
    • Hyde & Seek
  • Chinese Restaurants
    • Man Fu Yuan Kitchen
  • Cake & Bakery, Coffee and Others
    • MX Cakes & Bakery
    • Starbucks Thailand - under licence from Starbucks
    • Rajpruek Club
    • Food Street

OWL Food Services

Formed out of former foodservices assets from Styhon Battersea, during its merger into Vuori.

  • Sodexo - food services
    • Leprino Foods​ - acquired in 2020
    • Gategroup​ - acquired in 2020
    • United States Cold Storage
    • Cathay Pacific Catering Services - inherited from the Cathay Pacific acquisition
      • Cathay Pacific Sodexo - a joint venture between Cathay Pacific Catering Services, ​LSG Sky Chefs​, ​MacroAsia Corporation​ and ​China Airlines Group​, formed out of a merger between CLS Catering Services Limited, China Pacific Catering Services Limited and Cebu Pacific Catering Services Inc.

OWL Health

  • OWL Health Careers - medical and nursing careers, headquartered in Japan; formerly called iMAid Co Ltd, which was inherited from SB's acquisition of Poletowin Pitcrew Holdings
  • OWL Pharmaceuticals
  • OWL Health and Life Sciences - merger between Reliance Health and Reliance Life Sciences
    • Reliance Clinical Research Services (RCRS) - a contract research organisation
    • Relicord - cord blood banking service

OWL Real Estate

Other assets

Amber

Amber is OWL Ventures's investment and philatrophy division.

Divestments pending

Former assets

  • Battersea Group - acquired by OWL in 2008, merged with Styhon Entertainment to form Styhon Battersea
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