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Games publishers rethink UK investment

“For us to continue to invest in the UK there needs to be an incentive provided for us to do so,” said Robert Kotick, chief executive of Activision Blizzard. […]

Activision Blizzard Joins TIGA, Tax Relief Fight

Activision Blizzard has become the newest member of UK games industry trade association TIGA. […]

Activision Shows UK Tax Break Support By Joining TIGA

As a tax break from game developers gets scrapped from the UK budget — a major blow to the region’s game developers — Activision is showing support by joining TIGA, the UK industry’s trade body. […]

Activision joins UK tax break fight

Activision’s exec VP, George Rose said of the move: “At Activision Blizzard we are extremely supportive of TIGA’s campaign to secure Games Tax Relief for the UK development community. […]

Tippl: Social Game Investments Take Backseat To Major Franchise Expansion

Electronic Arts aggressively moved into the social gaming space with the $300 million acquisition of Playfish in 2009, but Call of Duty publisher Activision Blizzard said it’s focused on expanding existing businesses rather than jumping into the Facebook arena. […]

Blur Reaches Stores

Blur from Activision Publishing is now in stores in North America for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. […]

Bizarre’s Blur To Integrate With Facebook

Activision and Bizarre Creation’s upcoming racing game Blur is the latest console game to integrate social networking features for the Facebook era. […]

Electronic Arts Stock: Game On for 2011

Analysts are generally expecting Electronic Arts to beat consensus targets when it reports its fourth-quarter performance Tuesday after the market close — thus, the biggest question for Electronic Arts stock will be how the company guides for 2011. […]

Activision reaps Q1 profits of $381 million

Activision reaped $381 million in profits in just the first quarter of this year, it has revealed. […]


Activision Blizzard beat out its own revenue estimates during the first quarter, taking in a whopping $1.3 billion in revenue. […]