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 most successful standalone interactive entertainment company. Read More…
When Activision Blizzard founded the Call of Duty Endowment, it set a goal to assist 25,000 veterans find high-quality jobs by 2018. It has now reached that goal two years ahead of schedule. The Call of Duty Endowment funds 10 organizations that work on the ground to pair veterans with job opportunities. Following the success in the first three years, the group has set a new target for itself.
Activision announced today that its non-profit veterans' fund, Call of Duty Endowment, has paid for the placement of 25,000 veterans into jobs. In 2013, Activision said it was looking to reach this figure by the end of 2018, but it's done so two years ahead of schedule. The company also announced today that its new goal is to place 50,000 veterans into "high-quality" jobs by 2019. Source: Gamespot
Worth more than 15 million players and 500 million hours played, the record-shattering release of team shooting game “Overwatch” lifted Activision Blizzard Inc. to its best ever second-quarter sales.
Activision Blizzard Inc. said a key revenue measure more than doubled in the latest quarter, with a superhero-themed videogame driving strong performance in a period when major rivals stumbled.
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.