A modified version of the 1994 logo was introduced in 1997.
THQ unveiled a new logo at E3 2000 in Los Angeles.
- "THQ’s new logo embodies the momentum we are building behind our expanding library of top-selling franchises as well as our commitment to continued industry leadership as we enter the next generation of gaming technologies." - THQ press release and annual report, 2000
On January 12, 2011, THQ unveiled a new logo.
In late 2012, the company filed for bankruptcy and was dissolved on January 23, 2013. On June 12, 2014, it was announced that Nordic Games had acquired THQ's trademarks, which would allow the studio to publish games under the THQ name, eventually renaming themselves as THQ Nordic in August 2016.
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