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Activision Blizzard CEO: No 'good reason' company won't hit 1 billion users in 5 years

How does video company Activision Blizzard make great gains and get the biggest audiences? It's all about focus, says CEO Bobby Kotick with a story that made @BeckyQuick  burst out laughing. #CNBCEvolve 

"My responsibility is to make sure that our communities feel safe, secure, comfortable and satisfied and entertained." Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick made a rare public appearance Tuesday and touched on recent controversies surrounding his company

Today from the #CNBCEvolve  broadcast set: Eric Ryan on @CNBCTopStories , and later, Kate Rogers with Chipotle's Brian Niccol on @PowerLunch  Plus, tune into Squawk Box tomorrow for @BeckyQuickexclusives  with Walmart's Doug McMillon and Activision Blizzard's Bobby Kotick.

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Activision Blizzard reported an #earnings  beat in Q3 driven by its top #franchises , including "Call of Duty" and "World of Warcraft." More in "Game On," weekly from @theflynews  $NTDOY $EA $SNE $MSFT $ATVI $TTWO $TCEHY $GOOG $GOOGL $UBSFY

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Activision Blizzard’s $ATVI “Focus List” Rating Reaffirmed at Argus

A Call of Duty cinematic universe sounds stupid, but here's how Activision Blizzard could make it work

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“What I have lost in Hearthstone is 4 years of time,” said Chung Ng Wai, an e-sports player who was suspended by Activision Blizzard for voicing support for Hong Kong protests. “But if Hong Kong loses, it would be the matter of a lifetime.”

Activision Blizzard suspended three American University esports players for six months after they held up a "Free Hong Kong, boycott Blizz" sign during their championship match last week. They now cannot compete in official or third-party Blizzard events.

Activision Blizzard suspended three American University esports players for six months after they held up a "Free Hong Kong, boycott Blizz" sign during their championship match last week. They now cannot compete in official or third-party Blizzard events.

Activision Blizzard suspended three American University esports players for six months after they held up a "Free Hong Kong, boycott Blizz" sign during their championship match last week. They now cannot compete in official or third-party Blizzard events.

Gamers revolted last month when Activision Blizzard punished a player who voiced support for the Hong Kong protests. Now the company's convention this week, BlizzCon, could itself be disrupted by demonstrations. Here's what's going on:

Activision Blizzard suspended three American University esports players for six months after they held up a "Free Hong Kong, boycott Blizz" sign during their championship match last week. They now cannot compete in official or third-party Blizzard events.

Activision Blizzard under fire from bipartisan group of Congress members over China relations

Activision Blizzard suspended three American University esports players for six months after they held up a "Free Hong Kong, boycott Blizz" sign during their championship match last week. They now cannot compete in official or third-party Blizzard events.

Activision Blizzard suspended three American University esports players for six months after they held up a "Free Hong Kong, boycott Blizz" sign during their championship match last week. They now cannot compete in official or third-party Blizzard events.

Brian Kibler announced he’s cutting ties with Activision Blizzard over the company's decision to suspend a pro player for his support of protests in Hong Kong.

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