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Here’s our take on the big events in the games industry this year.
Shooter Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare took the No.1 spot in the November charts, making Activision Blizzard the No.1 publisher in both units and value for the month.
When MCV was invited to a King press event, we figured the Candy Crush giant was about to unveil yet another match-three game.
PCR hires deputy editor and staff writer, British eSports Association scores content director and MLG appoints a new CEO.
Activision’s celebration of all things Call of Duty is making a comeback later this year.
It appears that there could be more than one Call of Duty game launching this year.
As a brand new expansion launches for Hearthstone, Blizzard has revealed that over 50 million people are registered for the free-to-play card game.
Call of Duty publisher Activision Blizzard will not have a booth at this year’s E3.
Media giant Vivendi has sold the remainder of its financial interest in publisher Activision Blizzard.
With a lack of new releases hitting shelves, Call of Duty once again retains the top spot in the UK All Formats chart.
American movie producer Stacey Sher has taken a senior role at Activision’s TV and film business.
Soon after shelling out $5.9bn for Candy Crush firm King.com, it appears that Activision Blizzard might be making another acquisition.
Activision Blizzard has announced the launch of a new film and television studio to produce adaptations for its various franchises.
Activision Blizzard’s share price reached a record high following the announcement it will be acquiring Candy Crush company King.
Games industry analyst Michael Pachter has praised Activison Blizzard’s purchase of King as a solid strategy for breaking into the mobile market.
It continues to be a red letter day for publisher Activision Blizzard.
Activision Blizzard has posted full year net revenue of $4.4bn thanks to the success of four key franchises.
Blizzard will release the next expansion for Hearthstone in April, according to a new report.
The Entertainment Retailer’s Association has once again revealed the 20 best selling video games, movies and albums of 2014 in the UK.