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Activision Blizzard Shareholder Sues Over Microsoft Buyout Deal

Activision Blizzard''s proxy statement was "materially deficient," lawsuit says.

GameSpot | February 27, 2022

Call Of Duty Execs Accused Of Using Microsoft Deal To Line Their Own Pockets

Image: Activision Two Activision Blizzard shareholders have filed lawsuits against the Call of Duty publisher for making allegedly inadequate disclosures in its recent filings with the SEC about its deal to sell to Microsoft for $68.7 billion. The investors further alleged that big payouts for CEO Bobby Kotick and others that would result from the […] Call Of Duty Execs Accused Of Using Microsoft Deal To Line Their Own Pockets

Newslanes | February 26, 2022

What the blockbuster Microsoft and Sony deals mean for the future of gaming

Two gaming giants, Microsoft and Sony, are shelling out tens of billions of dollars for blockbuster deals to acquire Activision Blizzard and Bungie, respectively. This push for more high-quality first-party content could be a boon for consumers in the fast-growing, ever-evolving video game market.

CNBC | February 25, 2022

Activision Blizzard shareholders sue over Microsoft acquisition - CNET

One alleges the game publisher''s board of directors is seeking significant and immediate benefits, according to Polygon.

CNET | February 25, 2022

Activision Blizzard is Being Sued Again, And Here''s Why it Matters

The Microsoft sale wasn''t good news for everyone, apparently.

The Street | February 25, 2022

Activision Claims We Are Getting A Call Of Duty Game In 2023

Call of Duty has entered a strange state since the purchase of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft. The sale was historical and marked what could end up being an entirely new era for the gaming industry, but in turn, it threw a lot of massive IPs into a world of uncertainty. What is the future of […] Activision Claims We Are Getting A Call Of Duty Game In 2023

Newslanes | February 25, 2022

There will reportedly be no mainline ‘Call Of Duty’ game in 2023

The Call Of Duty series will not receive a new mainline title in 2023, the first time in nearly two decades. Activision is reportedly pushing back the upcoming 2023 entry in the series after the most recent installment, 2021’s Call Of Duty: Vanguard from Sledgehammer Games, failed to live up to the company’s expectations. The 2023 entry […] There will reportedly be no mainline ‘Call Of Duty’ game in 2023

Newslanes | February 25, 2022

Should You Buy Activision Blizzard Before Microsoft Does?

Microsoft''s acquisition of Activision Blizzard is not seen as a sure thing by the market.

The Motley Fool | February 25, 2022

Activision Blizzard Is Being Sued by Shareholders Over Microsoft Sale. Here's Why it Matters.

Once one of the game industry's most beloved publishers, Activision Blizzard has fallen from grace in a major way over the last year--and it just keeps on tumbling. The first was filed in California on Thursday by shareholder Kyle Watson in reaction to its upcoming sale to Microsoft and a second was filed (uploaded by Polygon) by shareholder Shiva Stein on Feb. 25. What Are the Activision Blizzard Lawsuits About?

Yahoo | February 25, 2022

Activision Blizzard Not to Launch Call of Duty Game in 2023 — Report

Interactive entertainment firm Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ: ATVI) has planned to delay the launch of a Call of Duty game scheduled for next year, Bloomberg reported citing people familiar with the matter. It will be the first time since 2005 that the company will not release a new version of the game. Sources said that the decision has nothing to do with the California-based company’s sale agreement with Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT). Instead, the delay is the result of the failure of last year’s entry, Call of Duty: Vanguard, which has led to the belief that Activision is introducing new versions too soon, the sources added.

Richika Biyani on TipRanks | February 24, 2022


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