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Publisher Activision Blizzard is free of its former parent Vivendi.
Success brings with it an inevitable problem – envy.
Free-to-play may be the current darling of many a games publisher, but don’t expect a dramatic shift in the way in which consumers pay for the next-generation of console games.
Activision has again beaten financial expectations, but that hasn’t stopped boss Bobby Kotick issuing a number of blunt warnings about the challenges ahead.
Vivendi’s failure to court interest in Activision could lead the way to a dramatic new outcome – an MBO spearheaded by boss Bobby Kotick.
The deal between Activision and Tencent to bring Call of Duty Online to China is the “foundation” for a long relationship between the pair, boss Bobby Kotick has stated.
Bobby Kotick may have his doubts, but analysts are confident that Star Wars: The Old Republic is on course to attract millions of subscribers.
Bobby Kotick has warned the markets to expect shortages of its innovative kids title Skylanders this Christmas.
Well, if nothing else EA can at least take this as proof that Activision is nervous about Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Call of Duty and World of Warcraft publisher Activision has reported a near tripling of profits for the quarter ending September 30th.
Activision CEO Bobby Kotick has cast doubts over recent video demonstrations of rival project Battlefield 3.
Echoing analysts predictions yesterday that Sony and Microsoft are preparing hardware price cuts, Activision boss Bobby Kotick has claimed that such a move is pending.
Blizzard founder Mike Morhaime has defended Activision boss Bobby Kotick, saying that his status as the game development industry’s bogeyman is undeserved.
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick "seems lost in a time machine perspective of a past business model that will never return".
As it attempts to adapt to the ever-changing games market, publisher Activision has pledged to realign its focus on its digital business.
The cash-strapped core gamer has found an unexpected ally in the rally against Project $10 – Activision’s Bobby Kotick.
Online men’s lifestyle site AskMen has named Activision boss Bobby Kotick as the 16th most influential man of 2010.
Bobby Kotick likes Kinect, but he does have one concern with it. For a boss famed for his sharp business sense and sharp attention to profits, can you imagine what ...
A unrivalled commitment to cutting costs was the key driver in Bungie’s decision to sign a ten-year deal with Activision, the publisher’s boos Bobby Kotick has claimed.
Activision CEO Bobby Kotick wants the world to know his firm is embarking on an exclusive ten-year partnership with Bungie, and in typical fashion he is doing so by way ...
A restructure right at the very top of leading global publisher Activision has seen the company split into four units – one handling Call of Duty, another dealing with internally ...