Activision execs receive $6m bonus

CEO Bobby Kotick and co-chairman Brian Kelly are set to split the sum for "exceeding target" on business goals

Activision's board of directors has approved bonuses to be paid to CEO Bobby Kotick, and co-chairman Brian Kelly.

Kotick was awarded a bonus payment of USD 3,079,798 and Kelly's bonus payment was USD 2,996,556. The two execs were said to have "exceeded target" in relation to their stated goals.

Activision announced a merger with Vivendi games unit - the parent company of Blizzard - to become the world's largest videogame publisher last year. The merger of received approval from the EU and is set to complete on July 8

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