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Activision has launched a free companion app for its popular Skylanders franchise.
Activision Blizzard has announced financial results for Q3 2013, reporting revenue of $691m for the period.
Publisher Activision Blizzard is free of its former parent Vivendi.
Activision Blizzard has announced it expects to complete its stock buyout from Vivendi next week.
Call of Duty publisher Activision will attempt to overturn a court decision that has prevented it from buying out its current owner Vivendi.
Todd Miller, an Activison Blizzard shareholder, has filed a lawsuit over Activision’s recent purchase of Vivendi’s majority stake in the firm.
Activision Blizzard has announced financial results for the second quarter of its current fiscal year, reporting net revenue of over $1bn for the period.
Mind Candy has announced another boxed outing for its worldwide kids hit, Moshi Monsters.
The number of monthly subscribers still enjoying Blizzard's MMO phenomenon World of Warcraft has dropped to 7.7m.
French telecoms giant Vivendi is reportedly looking for ways to extract cash from Activision Blizzard.
Bungie’s promising Destiny has been given some heavyweight financial backing from publisher Activision.
Skylanders is the best selling video game this year, so perhaps it was inevitable that a kids giant like Disney would try to take a cut of the market.
Publisher Activision has ended hopes of a Skylanders cartoon or movie.
The development team behind Call of Duty Ghosts has more staff than ever, despite losing almost 50 members of staff after a 2010 scandal.
Activision Blizzard CEO Robert Kotick has had his compensation increased eight fold to $64.9m last year, according to Bloomberg.
The Skylanders series has now reached $1bn in just 15 months.
25 per cent of all accessories sold in the UK last year were Skylanders toys.
Activision's UK and Ireland MD Peter Hepworth has left the Call of Duty publisher, MCV can reveal.
There are two Skylanders mobile games in the works, and one is even heading to the High Street.
Activision Blizzard has announced its financial figures for Q3 2012, with the firm showing increases seemingly across the board.
A shaky launch and less than stellar critical reception hasn’t stopped Diablo III from selling like any other Blizzard effort.
Mists of Pandaria - the latest expansion pack in the World of Warcraft series has sold 2.7m copies worldwide.
Blizzard is hosting seven major launch events across Europe for World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria.
Activision has seen its revenues fall, down from $1.15bn in 2011 to £1.08bn in 2012, for the quarter ending June 30th, 2012.
Barclays and Goldman Sachs have been called into to help Vivendi secure the $8.1bn sale of Activision Blizzard, reports the Wall Street Journal.