21 Facts About Activision Blizzard

1. Activision Blizzard provides net income, earnings per share, and operating margin data and guidance both including (in accordance with GAAP) and excluding (non-GAAP) certain items.

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2. Activision Blizzard maintains operations in 17 countries, including the United States.

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3. Activision Blizzard is at the forefront of competitive gaming with the Call of Duty World League, MLG Network and the Overwatch League™, the first major global professional esports league with city-based teams.

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4. Activision Blizzard was awarded the Guinness World Record for largest gaming diorama on November 3, 2017.

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5. Activision Blizzard has a couple of unreleased titles like Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans, which was cancelled on May 22, 1998, Shattered Nations, and StarCraft: Ghost, which was "Postponed indefinitely" on March 24, 2006 and a few more.

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6. In 2012 Activision Blizzard had 4,700 employees, with offices across 11 cities including Austin, Texas, and countries around the globe.

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7. Activision Blizzard created several other video games, including Warcraft sequels, the Diablo series, the StarCraft series, and in 2004 the massively multiplayer online role-playing game World of Warcraft.

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8. Activision Blizzard launched Hearthstone's explosive first expansion, Goblins vs Gnomes™, in December 2014.

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9. Activision Blizzard has a 1-year low of $50.85 and a 1-year high of $84.68.

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10. Activision Blizzard is yet to give a release date for Diablo Immortal.

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11. Activision Blizzard is working on a Pokemon Go style Warcraft game.

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12. Activision Blizzard is working on plenty of new games but the mobile-based Diablo Immortal and the developer was absolutely slammed by criticism, but today is a new day and now we have rumors that Warcraft is going to be turned into a Pokemon GO-inspired mobile game.

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13. Activision Blizzard having their own Pokemon gym to enjoy the occasional battle of dominance in.

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14. Activision Blizzard has already revealed that it is working with China-based NetEase on Diablo: Immortal, an original mobile action-RPG based on the popular PC and console fantasy game franchise.

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15. Activision Blizzard announced a mobile title of their Diablo franchise called Diablo Immortal.

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16. Activision Blizzard acquired MLG on January 4, 2016 for $46 million.

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17. Activision Blizzard owns the Call of Duty and Starcraft franchises, both of which have been popular as esports.

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18. Activision Blizzard announced on November 2, 2015 that it would acquire social gaming company King, creator of the popular casual game Candy Crush Saga, for $5.9 billion.

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19. In 2014, Activision Blizzard was the fifth largest gaming company by revenue worldwide, with total assets of US $14.746 billion and total equity estimated at US $7.513 billion.

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20. Activision Blizzard released a new title, Destiny, on September 9, 2014.

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21. In 2011, Activision Blizzard debuted its Skylanders franchise, which led to the press crediting the company with inventing and popularizing a new toys-to-life category.

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