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WoW in Decline and Blizzard in Denial

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What To Expect From Activision Blizzard In 2019

The Blizzard ... Warcraft: Battle of Azeroth. However, the company saw softness in net bookings (in-game). There is no release planned for World of Warcraft in 2019, and this will have a significant i... read more

Activision Blizzard to lay off 8% of workforce – more than 780 employees

There were signs of trouble at Activision Blizzard. Fans turned against major new releases in 2018. Top executives fled the Santa Monica video game giant, which publishes flagship titles such as “Call ... read more

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Blizzard is working on several Warcraft and Diablo games despite layoffs

One of the major reasons Activision expects sales to decline 13 percent year-over-year is Blizzard Entertainment. The World of Warcraft studio is traditionally a bright spot for Activision ... read more


Activision-Blizzard, the major video game company behind 'Call of Duty' and 'Overwatch,' is laying off about 800 employees

Despite owning a catalog of fan-favorite titles including "World of Warcraft ... publisher reported a 5% decline in earnings over the same period of 2017, and revenue over the same quarter declined by ... read more

Activision Blizzard in 3 Charts

Here's a look at the recent trend: Data source: Activision Blizzard. As I've explained previously, the decline in King ... including Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, and Candy Crush, were ... read more

Activision-Blizzard lays off 775 people after “record results in 2018”

This followed the decline ... Blizzard will invest primarily in live services, Battle.net, and esports, with a focus on the following franchises: Candy Crush, Call of Duty, Overwatch, Warcraft ... read more

Blizzard will make more WarCraft, Diablo games in the face of layoffs

If Activision Blizzard manages to pull off ... expects the game developer’s revenues to decline over the next 12 months. A big part of that is that it hasn’t planned any new major content for World of ... read more

Activision Blizzard Lays Off Nearly 800 Amid Major Restructuring

Blizzard experienced similar layoffs in 2012, cutting 600 jobs. At the time, “World of Warcraft” was in sharp decline. Only 10 percent of the cuts were developers, with the rest of the losses ... read more

Activision Blizzard Begins Laying Off Workers

Teams working on "Call of Duty, CandyCrush, Overwatch, Warcraft ... Blizzard said net bookings, referring to in-game spending on things like loot boxes and card packs, are in decline for both ... read more

Why World Of Warcraft Will Drag Activision Blizzard's Earnings Down

After a period with declining World of Warcraft (NYSE:WOW) subscribers, the trend is now positive again. Why? Well, Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ ... and I expect the operating income of WOW to decline ... read more

Activision Blizzard Sees a Transition Year in 2019

The expected decline in revenue and ... that will see Activision Blizzard put more money into its biggest game titles like Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, and Diablo while cutting down on the ... read more



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