Activision Blizzard: Bobby Kotick Ready To Ensure ‘Integration’ With Microsoft

On the day that marks Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard, the statements of the various protagonists continue to bounce on the most prestigious overseas newspapers. Bobby Kotick has also given himself to the New York Times pages and declared himself ready for the new adventure.

While the Wall Street Journal is expecting Bobby Kotick to be removed next, Activision Blizzard’s CEO has made some statements in the New York Times. Although he refused to express his views on his future once the agreement with Microsoft was closed, the very chatty Boss of Activision said “available as needed to ensure the best integration” between the two companies. Immediately after the announcement of the acquisition for $68.7 billion, it was revealed that the current CEO would remain momentarily at the head of the publisher, while his team would continue “the efforts to further strengthen the corporate culture and accelerate the growth of the business.” However, once the transition is complete, Activision’s management will fall into the hands of the former Xbox leader, now Microsoft CEO Gaming Phil Spencer.

In any case, Bobby Kotick will not leave empty-handed, because of his shares worth 4.3 million dollars. According to a recent estimate, Kotick is one of the most paid managers in the United States with a salary of $154.61 million in 2020 and a total assets of $7 billion.

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