It may not come to a surprise to some but Activision Blizzard has reported their Fiscal Q3 Earnings and they’re shrugging off the Hong Kong Protests and their International Incident for Big Profit.
Controversy? What controversy? As Activision Blizzard reported its fiscal Q3 earnings Thursday afternoon, there was no mention at all of a recent backlash over the company’s controversial suspension of one of its players. Instead, executives celebrated better-than-expected results, and promised to more aggressively embrace mobile gaming. The gaming company generated $1.28 billion in sales in…Activision Blizzard Shrugs off Hong Kong Uproar, Beats Q3 Earnings Expectations — Variety
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