Bobby Kotick is the Chief Executive Officer of Activision Blizzard. Over the course of more than two decades under his leadership, Activision Blizzard has grown to become the world’s largest and most profitable western interactive entertainment company. Read More…
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on Activision Blizzard's new "Call of Duty" digital content packs and how the video game company is looking to drive growth year-round. Read Article >> Yahoo! Finance (UK & Ireland)
Activision Blizzard Studios’ Premiere Television Series, Skylanders Academy, to debut on Netflix on October 28
On September 20 we announced that the Netflix original animated kids series, Skylanders Academy, will premiere exclusively on Netflix October 28. Based on our record-breaking video game franchise, the show follows the heroic adventures of Spyro, Eruptor, Stealth Elf, Jet-Vac and Pop Fizz as they travel the vast Skylands universe, protecting it from evil-doers.
If you think mashing the dislike button on YouTube is going to make Call of Duty slow down any, then you are sorely mistaken. According to Activision CEO Bobby Kotick, the publisher’s most successful series isn’t going anywhere. That certainly makes sense when you consider how much money the series brings in each year, and Kotick goes as far to say that “there will always be Call of Duty games.” Read the article >> PlayStationLifeStyle.net
Activision-Blizzard is a gaming and entertainment company that counts itself as one of the biggest in the world. It also went bankrupt. Which is how Bobby Kotick came to run the company. “I just believed that video games were going to be a powerful form of entertainment,” he says.
This is a 1983 TV commercial for Activision’s Pitfall! video game, featuring a young Jack Black.
Activision Christmas TV commercial from 1980’s, featuring Activision Decathlon and Enduro.
Activision Christmas TV commercial from 1980’s, featuring Pitfall! and Keystone Kapers.
Introducing the lineup of Activision franchises for Analyst Day Q4 2015: Call of Duty, Skylanders, Guitar Hero, and Destiny.