|Activision Blizzard, Inc.|
|代表人物||Brian Kelly (Chairman)
Michael J. Griffith (Vice Chairman)
Robert Kotick (President and CEO)
|營業額||▼ $ 45.83亿美元 (2013)
▲ $ 48.56亿美元 (2012)
|息税前利润||▲ $ 13.72亿美元 (2013)
▲ $ 13.28亿美元 (2012)
|净利润||▲ $ 10.10亿美元 (2013)
▲ $ 11.49亿美元 (2012)
|總資產||▼ $ 140.12亿美元 (2013)
▲ $ 142.00亿美元 (2012)
|資產淨值||▼ $ 66.22亿美元 (2013)
▲ $ 114.9亿美元 (2012)
- Beachhead Studios in Santa Monica, California, founded in February 2011.
- 暴雪娱乐，位于尔湾，以Silicon & Synapse之名成立于1991年2月，1998年被维旺迪收购，2008年7月9日随母公司维旺迪游戏一起并入动视。
- Fun Labs，位于罗马尼亚，成立于1999年。
- FreeStyleGames in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, United Kingdom, founded in 2002, acquired on September 12, 2008.
- High Moon Studios，位于圣迭戈，以Sammy Entertainment名称成立于2001年4月，维旺迪游戏于2006年1月收购。
- Infinity Ward in Encino, California, founded in 2002, acquired October 2003.
- Neversoft in Los Angeles, California, founded in July 1994, acquired October 1999.
- Radical Entertainment in Vancouver, Canada, founded in 1991, acquired by Vivendi Games in 2005.
- Raven Software in Madison, Wisconsin, founded in 1990, acquired in 1997.
- Sierra Entertainment in Fresno, California, founded as On-Line Systems in 1979, changed name to Sierra On-Line in 1982, eventually changed name to Sierra Entertainment, closed in 2008, reopened in 2014.
- Sledgehammer Games in Foster City, California, founded November 17, 2009
- Toys for Bob in Novato, California, founded in 1989, acquired on May 3, 2005.
- Vicarious Visions，位于奥尔巴尼，成立于1990年，2005年1月收购。
- 7 Studios in Los Angeles, California, founded in 1999, acquired in April 2009, closed on February 11, 2010.
- Activision Value in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, founded in 2001, merged into Activision in 2010, changed name to Activision Publishing Minneapolis.
- Bizarre Creations in Liverpool, England, founded as Raising Hell Productions in 1987 and changed name in 1994, acquired on September 26, 2007, closed on January 20, 2011.
- The Blast Furnace in Leeds, United Kingdom, founded in November 2011 as Activision Leeds, changed name in August 2012, closed in March 2014.
- Budcat Creations in Iowa City, Iowa, founded September 2000, acquired on November 10, 2008, closed on November 16, 2010.
- Gray Matter Interactive in Los Angeles, California, founded in the 1990s as Xatrix Entertainment, acquired in January 2002, merged into Treyarch in 2005.
- Blizzard North in San Mateo, California, founded in 1993 as Condor, purchased and renamed by Blizzard Entertainment in 1996, closed in 2005.
- Infocom in Cambridge, Massachusetts, founded on June 22, 1979, acquired in 1986, closed in 1989.
- Luxoflux in Santa Monica, California, founded in January 1997, acquired in October 2002, closed on February 11, 2010.
- Neversoft in Los Angeles, California, founded in July 1994, acquired in October 1999, merged into Infinity Ward on May 3, 2014 and was officially made defunct on July 10, 2014.
- RedOctane in Mountain View, California, founded in November 2005, acquired in 2006, closed on February 11, 2010.
- Shaba Games in San Francisco, California, founded in September 1997, acquired in 2002, closed on October 8, 2009.
- Underground Development in Redwood Shores, California, founded in 1994, acquired in May 2002, closed on February 11, 2010.
- Vivendi Games in Los Angeles, California, founded as Universal Interactive Studios, acquired by Vivendi in December 2000, changed name to Vivendi Universal Games in 2002, changed name to Vivendi Games on May 2, 2006, closed on July 9, 2008 after Activision Blizzard merger.
- Knowledge Adventure in Los Angeles County, California, founded in 1989, sold in 2004.
- Massive Entertainment in Malmö, Sweden, founded in 1997, acquired by Vivendi Games in 2002, sold to Ubisoft on November 10, 2008.
- Swordfish Studios in Birmingham, England, founded in September 2002, acquired by Vivendi Games in June 2005, sold to Codemasters on November 14, 2008.
- Wanako Studios in New York City, founded in 2005, acquired by Vivendi Games on February 20, 2007, sold to Artificial Mind and Movement on November 20, 2008.
- ^ Activision - Corporate Info. from Activision's official website.
- ^ Activision, Inc. - Annual Report.
- ^ Annual Report 2012 (PDF). Vivendi. [8 April 2013].
- ^ Gaming company Top 25. Softwaretop100.org. 2011 [2011-11-12].
- ^ Vivendi to Acquire Activision. The New York Times. December 3, 2007 [2007-12-03].
- ^ Video game giants in $18bn merger. BBC. December 2, 2007 [2007-12-03].
- ^ Activision/Vivendi Games Merger Approved: Stockholders support Activision Blizzard venture
- ^ http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20130725006767/en/Activision-Blizzard-Announces-Transformative-Purchase-Shares-Vivendi
- ^ Activision Acquires U.K. Game Developer Bizarre Creations. from Activision's website.
- ^ Sinclair, Brendan. Budcat put down.
- ^ Fritz, Ben. Activision lays off about 200 employees, shuts down Santa Monica studio Luxoflux. Los Angeles Times. February 11, 2010 [23 November 2013].
- ^ Fahey, Mike. Report: Neversoft Merging With Call Of Duty Developer Infinity Ward. kotaku.com. 3 May 2014 [16 June 2014].
- ^ Phillips, Tom. Tony Hawk studio Neversoft bids farewell, burns eyeball effigy. Eurogamer. July 10, 2014 [July 11, 2014].