Elvis Presley's Graceland mansion, along with his music and rights to his image, are up for sale in a £130-million deal, which could see The King appear "live on stage" more than 35 years after he died.
American owner Core Media Group is offering a package that includes royalty
rights to 24 of the star's films and numerous TV appearances, the Daily express reported.
"Other future revenue sources include a tribute stage show in an Asian casino hub such as Macau and a massive expansion of Elvis-themed digital and social media projects," media analyst Mike Raia said.
Jack Soden, chief executive of Elvis Enterprises, which was bought by Core from the Presley family for about $66 million dollars in 2004, believes that the virtual technology could even lead to Presley going on tour again, at least in the shape of his digital image.