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Activision Blizzard

Headquartered in Santa Monica, California, Activision Blizzard, Inc. is a worldwide pure-play online and console game publisher with leading market positions across all categories of the rapidly growing interactive entertainment software industry.

Activision Blizzard's portfolio includes best-selling video games such as Guitar Hero®, Call of Duty®, and Tony Hawk, as well as Spider-Man™, X-Men™, Shrek®, James Bond™ and TRANSFORMERS™, leading franchises such as Crash Bandicoot™ and Spyro™ and Blizzard Entertainment's® StarCraft®, Diablo®, and Warcraft® franchises including the global #1 subscription-based massively multi-player online role-playing game, World of Warcraft®.

Activision Blizzard maintains operations in the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Sweden, Spain, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, Romania, Australia, Chile, India, Japan, China, the region of Taiwan and South Korea. More information about Activision Blizzard and its products can be found on the company's website, www.activisionblizzard.com

Recent articles about Activision Blizzard

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Zacconi has been in charge of the Candy Crush developer for 16 years

Overwatch League commissioner joins Epic's Fortnite esports push

Nate Nanzer was one of the founders of The Overwatch League

No show floor booth for Activision at E3

E3 floor plans reveal another big player has left the LACC show floor; EA returns with private meeting room

EA and Activision need to show us something new | Opinion

The industry's biggest publishers now focus on pumping old franchises for incremental growth rather than honing their ability to create the next big thing

Activision Blizzard looks to esports, mobile, free-to-play during company transition

Call of Duty's city-based league sells first five franchise teams; company staffs up for numerous mobile initiatives

Activision Blizzard sees predicted Q1 start to "transition year"

Revenue down largely due to 16% drop in Blizzard earnings as the segment begins a year with "no major frontline release"

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice sells 2m in less than ten days

FromSoftware's latest challenge on track to outsell Dark Souls games, Bloodborne over a comparable period

Activision Blizzard pays employees for health tracking

Company gives $1 a day in gift cards to employees using a pregnancy-tracking app that allows HR to monitor aggregated data

Philadelphia Overwatch team getting $50m arena

Fusion owner Comcast Spectacor investing in 3,500-seat venue to begin hosting events in 2021

Call of Duty: Mobile will launch outside of China

Activision and Tencent unveil free-to-play title, confirm launch in North America, South America and Europe

Team spaces in Call of Duty esports league reportedly cost $25m each

Preparations begin for franchised, city-based competition around Activision's flagship shooter

Spyro Reignited gets full subtitle support four months after launch

Latest patch includes a number of other readability measures

Blizzard cuts more than 200 US jobs as part of Activision restructure

IT and marketing sees most layoffs, Overwatch firm's cuts account for more than a quarter of planned 800 redundancies

Blizzard brings original Diablo to GOG

Game is available now DRM-free, Warcraft and Warcraft II planned as well

Newzoo: Games are the third most-popular mobile app category

Half of mobile app users at least check into gaming apps, social media and shopping remain more popular

Law firm encouraging shareholders to sue Activision Blizzard over Bungie split

Kuznicki Law joins search for lead plaintiff after publisher made “materially false and misleading statements”

Activision recognises $164m revenues from giving up Destiny rights

Publisher reiterates it “no longer has any material rights or obligations” to Bungie's franchise

Activision Blizzard: 800 job cuts could “negatively impact” our business

Call of Duty publisher has set aside $150 million to compensate affected staff

Activision's Bobby Kotick and EA's Andrew Wilson among most overpaid CEOs in US

Latest study shows the two chief execs earn more than 300 times the average wage of their employees

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  • 3100 Ocean Park Boulevard
  • Santa Monica
  • California
  • 90405
  • United States

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