Activision Blizzard

Activision Blizzard

Activision Blizzard is a video game publisher founded in 2008 by Bobby Kotick.

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Casey Sims

Investor

Christian Durham

Investor

Gaylaird Christopher

Investor

George Thomson

Investor

Henry Fertik

Investor

Howard Marks

Founder

James Lindsay

Investor

Jordan Jimenez

Investor

Juan Lopez-Valcarcel

Advisor

Marc Lodge

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Matt Berke

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Nelson Angus Newhouse

Investor

Tim Campbell

Investor

Trent Leinenbach

Investor

wencao yang

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December 21, 2020
The Indian Express
The tournament will take place in two phases. First, the Call of Duty Mobile India Cup Open will take place for which the registrations are now underway followed by the Call of Duty Mobile India Cup Pro.
Sky
December 13, 2020
Sky News
The first transatlantic military esports tournament was held in support of a charity that aims to assist unemployed veterans.
Maddy Simpson
December 10, 2020
Business Insider
The people running the biggest US gaming firms made an average of $10.9 million in 2019. Here are the details of the compensation payouts.
Financialnewsmedia.com
November 23, 2020
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- The world is currently undergoing a harrowing and unprecedented event: the COVID-19 pandemic. During these trying times, gaming has become a...
Jennifer Allen
August 5, 2020
feedproxy.google.com
Part thanks to popular games, part thanks to the pandemic
Seth Schiesel
June 8, 2020
www.nytimes.com
Computer-vs.-computer games of FIFA livestream to gamblers on Twitch. Fantasy contests carry League of Legends lineups. In the coronavirus age, video games have grown into a darling for casinos.
CNN
May 11, 2020
Coronavirus
Widespread layoffs and furloughs have prompted about 21 per cent of the US labor force to file for unemployment benefits since mid-March, but some companies been thriving during COVID-19 because of dramatic shifts in consumer behavior.
Jennifer Allen
May 6, 2020
feedproxy.google.com
Stay home, keep gaming
Jennifer Allen
February 24, 2020
feedproxy.google.com
Swings and roundabouts
Brad Chacos
February 22, 2020
PCWorld
Only Wolfenstein: Youngblood and its real-time ray tracing remains.
Cohen Coberly
February 15, 2020
TechSpot
Apparently, Activision Blizzard's games were allowed to be on GeForce Now -- but only during the Beta. When the service graduated to its 90-day free trial period for founders, Nvidia assumed that its agreement with Activision Blizzard would still hold....
Julie Muncy
February 14, 2020
Wired
If you were thinking of using the service to check out 'Warcraft III: Reforged,' think again.
Brad Chacos
February 11, 2020
PCWorld
Game over man, game over.
BBC News
January 25, 2020
BBC News
Activision Blizzard esports leagues are moving from Twitch to YouTube.
Kevin Webb
November 9, 2019
Business Insider
Activision Blizzard's Call of Duty League is launching in January 2020 with 12 international teams playing "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare."
Charlie Wood
October 30, 2019
Business Insider
'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare' has come under fire in the Russian media and on review aggregator Metacritic for its portrayal of the Eurasian country.
BBC News
October 25, 2019
BBC News
The latest Call Of Duty game arrives following calls to boycott Activision Blizzard's titles.
Edward Wong
October 15, 2019
www.nytimes.com
Pro-democracy demonstrators have begun singling out companies that they consider enemies of their movement. Vandalism and calls for boycotts have followed.
Kevin Webb
October 9, 2019
Business Insider
Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney said Fortnite players won't be punished for commenting on politics and human rights, despite the company's ties to China.
Daniel Victor
October 9, 2019
www.nytimes.com
The company suspended the gamer and made him forfeit his prize money after he expressed support for the protest movement in Hong Kong.
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