ased on its internally developed intellectual properties, as well as some licensed properties. Activision is developing sequels and additional content to build on the Call of Duty franchise. The company distributes interactive entertainment hardware and software products in Europe through its European distribution subsidiaries: Centresoft, in the U.K., and NBG, in Germany. These subsidiaries act as wholesalers in the distribution of products and also provide packaging, logistical and sales services. They provide services to the company’s publishing operations and to various third-party publishers, including Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony. Centresoft is Sony's preferred distributor of PlayStation products to the independent retail sector of the U.K. The Distribution business consists of operations in Europe that provide warehousing, logistical, and sales distribution services to third-party publishers of interactive entertainment software, its own publishing operations, and manufacturers of interactive entertainment hardware. Customers The company’s customer is Wal-Mart. Competition The company competes with Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony.
activision blizzard inc (ATVI:NASDAQ GS)
3100 Ocean Park Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA 90405
|Electronic Arts Inc||$57.18 USD||-0.55|
|Intuit Inc||$97.63 USD||-0.05|
|NetEase Inc||$100.04 USD||-4.70|
|NVIDIA Corp||$22.06 USD||-0.14|
|SanDisk Corp||$79.93 USD||+1.88|
|View Industry Companies|
Sponsored Financial Commentaries
To contact ACTIVISION BLIZZARD INC, please visit www.activisionblizzard.com. Company data is provided by Capital IQ. Please use this form to report any data issues.