Activision: Bobby Kotick Wanted To Buy Kotaku And Pc Gamer, According To Wsj

After the scandal that overthrew Activision Blizzard, it seems that CEO Bobby Kotick wanted to buy a news magazine, such as Kotaku or PC Gamer, in an attempt to bring the company back to light. The hypothesis is launched by a new report from the Wall Street Journal.

The WSJ focuses on Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision, highlighting how for Redmond’s giant the negotiations were easier to carry out following the huge incident that involved the company, accused of harassment and discrimination on the spot of Kotick was \’anxious to change public opinion about the company and in recent weeks had suggested to Activision Blizzard to carry out a sort of acquisition of sites of the gaming industry such as Kotaku and PC Gamer \\\

Reached by the WSJ, Kotaku refused to make any comments on the matter, while PC Gamer has not made any statements at the moment. Meanwhile, a spokesperson for Activision Blizzard contested what was reported in the report, suggesting that there is nothing true in the WSJ’s words.

It remains to be better understood what the role of Bobby Kotick with Activision entered into Xbox will be: for the moment it seems that the plans see a collaboration between Kotick and Phil Spencer to bring to definitive conclusion the agreement, concluded which the executive

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