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Industry giant Activision Blizzard has announced its Q2 2014 financial results, which they are regarding as better that initially expected. The interesting thing is that the subscriber based for the MMORPG World of Warcraft has dropped to 6.8 million...
Activision Blizzard confirms that the MMORPG World of Warcraft is currently at 7.8 million subscribers, which marks a 200,000 increase in the game's subscriber base since last year. Also, during 2013 "Activision Blizzard delivered GAAP net revenues of $4...
The company Activision Blizzard has uncovered its Q3 2013 financial results (.pdf file). Word is: "For the third quarter of 2013, Activision Blizzard delivered GAAP earnings per diluted share of $0.05, as compared with $0.20 for the third quarter of 2012...
Vivendi has been trying to sell Activision Blizzard for some time, and it finally has a buyer—Activision Blizzard itself. CEO Bobby Kotick is leading the buyout himself for a tidy $8.2 billion. Activision itself will buy 439 million shares from Vivendi for $5...
Blizzard and Activision are happily boasting that the ludicrously popular action RPG now sold 12 million copies worldwide, which was confirmed via Activision's Q4 FY2013 financial results. "We’re definitely thrilled that so many people around the world were excited to...
Publisher Activision is now spreading the word that its shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 generated over $500 million worldwide during the first 24 hours on sale, according to Chart-Track. They also confirmed that on November 13, 2012, millions of fans attended over 16,000 midnight openings at retail stores across the globe...
The French media corporation, Vivendi, is presumably on the lookout for possible bidders for its stake in Activision Blizzard; that's according to five sources. Activision Blizzard is currently one of the leading video game publishers (in fact the largest game publisher) on the US market and Vivendi owns a 60% stake...
It appears that Activision Blizzard reached a settlement of its $400 million claim against EA that was part of a legal dispute that was supposed to kick off a week from now with the Modern Warfare 2 devs. Activision lawyer Beth Wilkinson said: "Activision and Electronic Arts have decided to put this matter behind them...
As Smap reported late last night, both Activision and Blizzard Entertainment are driving very hard on the action RPG Diablo III so they can make a 2011 release. The news, of course, emerged after Activision Blizzard Q1 2011 financial results, which incidentally brings more interesting info...
Even though Blizzard sure as shit likes to take their time when they're working on any project, they rarely disappoint with their games. In fact, the results of their work are often, as history has proven, impressive to say the least. Of course, we're still waiting for the developer to complete the long-awaited action RPG, Diablo 3...
This is going to be a long news post with a lot of information in it, all of it pertaining to Activision Blizzard. I will try to condense all of this information as best as possible. This is coming from Activision's recently released Form 8-K document that the SEC makes them release, so if they're cooking the books they have to try harder to cover it up...
So, I see most of us agree that Kotick's idea takes the very concept of gaming and electronic entertainment to a whole new level of insanity and absurdity. The really frighteninng aspect of the entire thing is that the publisher (Blactivision or whatever you wanna call them...
Lord help us and stop this man while you're at it. Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick offered a rather uncanny (and somehow utterly disconcerting) idea during the America Merrill Lynch Media, Communications & Entertainment Conference, which was held yesterday in California...
Activision Blizzard (as well as Sony and a handful of other publishers) are being sued by Uniloc - a company specializing in computer security and copy protection initiatives. It appears that the abovementioned publishers, supposedly, infringed on Uniloc's patents for what's basically DRM...
Microsoft reveals its thoughts on yesterday's news that Activision signed a ten-year exclusive publishing deal with Bungie. An MS company rep said to CVG: "Our partnership with Bungie as a first-party developer for Xbox 360 remains unchanged, and right now we're deeply engaged with them on the development of Halo Reach, which is poised to be the biggest game of 2010." Poor, poor, poor, Microsoft.
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