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Thanks for the reply. I found the answer to the other part of my question in the annual report.

Assuming that I am reading this correctly:
In 1999, the joint venture made up 12.1% of net income before taxes.
In 2000, the joint venture made up 39.4% of net income before taxes.

So if this is right, you are correct in stating that the revenue from this venture is quite substantial. While the popularity of WWF games has waned a little recently, I believe that total sales should remain quite strong throughout 2002 due to growth in the console market. In other words, I expect the WWF-"slice of the pie" to shrink a little with respect to the rest of the pie, but the pie itself should grow considerably as more game consoles are purchased.
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