Chinese online game developer Beijing Kunlun Tech Co. Ltd. has confirmed that it is in talks with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States regarding a potential divestment of its U.S. subsidiary Grindr, a gay dating app.

In a filing on Monday, Shenzhen-listed Kunlun said that it is negotiating with CFIUS over its ownership of Grindr, but has not reached an agreement. Last week Reuters reported that CFIUS was concerned that Kunlun’s ownership of Grinder posed national security risks.

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