Sections

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

Activision says Call of Duty account hack reports are false

Publisher assures it investigates all privacy concerns, but reiterates that players should protect online accounts

Activision Blizzard names new EMEA boss

Anna Malmhake to lead the publisher's go-to-market commercial organisation across Europe

Riccardo Zacconi departs King after 17 years

Company co-founder previously stepped down as CEO last year, but remained as chairman

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will cost $70 for next-gen console versions

Update: Current-gen versions will be playable via backward compatibility, but will be missing enhancements

Blizzard employees reportedly preparing demands for fair pay

As dissatisfied staff organise, spokesperson says management "looks forward to hearing from them"

Activision: "Warzone caused us to rethink how, when and where we reveal our upcoming title"

This year's Call of Duty game could be announced within the free-to-play title's 75m-strong community

Call of Duty: Warzone drives second quarter growth for Activision-Blizzard

Company is still seeing engagement and spending increases due to COVID-19 lockdowns

Blizzard employees share salary details amid unrest over pay disparity

A significant number of employees were unhappy with wages in 2019, according to a report from Bloomberg

Blizzard will make changing character gender free in next WoW expansion

Most other aesthetic character changes can already be made without spending real money

Hearthstone pro says he was blacklisted after spouse criticized Blizzard

Team Liquid's Janne "Savjz" Mikkonen says he was punished because Christina Mikkonen "spoke up about the injust practices" of the company that laid her off, Blizzard responds

Call of Duty: Mobile reaches 250m downloads after eight months

Sensor Tower estimates show sharp increase in revenue and downloads since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic

Activision Blizzard shareholders upset over CEO Bobby Kotick's compensation

Publisher defends Kotick's pay despite his “apparent failure” to meet performance targets

Infinity Ward pledges to "do more" to moderate racist content in its games

Call of Duty developer to add more resources to block hateful content following week of protests, police violence

Activision Blizzard brings in betting monitoring firm to observe its esports leagues

Overwatch League, Call of Duty League enter multi-year partnership with Sportradar

Activision Blizzard bookings up 21% amid pandemic

Update: New Call of Duty on track for fall, two other Activision IP titles in the works for current fiscal year

How big is too big for a popular game? | Opinion

Mike Morhaime's comments on the trade-off between accessibility and engagement suggest that we don't have to accept constant user churn

Call of Duty: Mobile esports tournament gets $1m prize pool

Competing teams will be drawn directly from the game's community through four open qualifiers, starting April 30

US court dismisses Humvee trademark infringement suit against Activision

New York judge rules that use of Humvees in Call of Duty is protected as artistic expression

Corporate Headquarters

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

Contact details

Employees

Activision Blizzard has 316 employees registered on the GamesIndustry.biz network. Register or login to see them!

Subscribe to the GamesIndustry.biz Newsletters