Founded in 1979 by Ken Williams and Roberta Williams as On-Line Systems, Sierra On-Line is an American video-game developer and publisher. On-Line Systems became Sierra On-Line in 1980, and moved its headquarters from Los Angeles, California, USA to the Sierra foothill community of Oakhurst, California. The company is presently owned by Activision, a subsidiary of Activision Blizzard.
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August 7, 2014 - The Sierra website comes back online.
2008 - Activision announces Sierra is closed and up for sale.
October 2007 - Releases Timeshift.
September 2007 - Releases World in Conflict.
2005 - Sierra Entertainment integrates other companies including High Moon Studios, Massive Entertainment, Radical Entertainment, and Swordfish Studios into its division.
February 19, 2002 - Sierra changes its name to Sierra Entertainment.
March 19, 2001 - Tribes 2 goes gold.
June 2000 - Sierra becomes part of Vivendi Universal.
1988 - Sierra Entertainment's Kings Quest IV becomes first game to support AdLib.
1979 - Sierra is founded.