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Activision Blizzard (ATVI) announces the 2023 champion of the Candy Crush All Star Tournament.
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Revenue for the video games market is projected to hit $385 billion this year and continue expanding at a compound annual rate of 8% through 2027, according to the forecasters at Statista. While its growth may not be as significant as other tech markets like artificial intelligence (AI) or cloud computing, there's a never-ending supply of new video games, and the market for them has grown consistently over the long term. Adding a video gaming stock to your holdings can be an excellent way to instill stability in your portfolio, and there's no better time than the present to do so.
In an epic battle of the thumbs, Candy Crush Saga has crowned its ultimate All Stars champion following a live final in London for the biggest prize in casual mobile gaming.
Microsoft's (MSFT) $75 billion deal to acquire Activision Blizzard depends largely on the success and popularity of the Call of Duty franchise.
Microsoft has accused Britain’s competition authority of “irrationally” blocking its £55bn takeover of the Call of Duty video game maker Activision.
Activision Blizzard, Inc (ATVI) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
The U.S. could make or break Microsoft's Activision Blizzard acquisition.
Investing.com -- Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) mega acquisition of video game maker Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) is likely to close despite an objection from the U.K.'s competition watchdog, analysts at Macquarie predicted on Wednesday.
With Video Game companies posting upbeat earnings, take a look into how ETFs have performed.
Activision Blizzard, Take-Two Interactive Software and Hasbro have been highlighted in this Industry Outlook article.
The competition watchdog has hit back at claims it has left Britain closed for business after Jeremy Hunt warned the watchdog to be mindful of its “wider responsibilities for economic growth”.
Yahoo Finance tech editor Dan Howley joins the Live Show to discuss the U.K.'s conflict with Microsoft's Activision Deal and Microsoft's future growth plans.
Jeremy Hunt has told competition chiefs that they must “understand their wider responsibilities” after the regulator was attacked by Microsoft for blocking a gaming mega-merger.
PulteGroup and Vornado Realty are part of the Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day article.
Two entertainment leaders are Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) and video game maker Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI). Disney's stock is down 54% from its all-time high. In fact, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway acquired a small stake in the company in the fourth quarter of 2021, before Microsoft offered to buy the whole company for $68.7 billion early last year.
Microsoft (MSFT) gets EU antitrust regulators' approval for a $69-billion takeover of Activision.
Microsoft got some good news from EU regulators regarding its deal for Activision Blizzard
Stocks moving in after-hours: Berkshire Hathaway, Capital One, Beam, Tesla
The Yahoo Finance Live team recaps the biggest stories to watch, including consumer debt, EU approval of Microsoft's Activision Blizzard deal, and the testimonies of SVB and Signature Bank executives.
Yahoo Finance's Allie Canal discusses movers and stocks to watch, including C3.ai, SoFi, and Activision Blizzard after EU regulators approve Microsoft's deal.
After a couple of recent setbacks, the pending acquisition scored a high-profile win today. Now what?
Brussels is locked in a row with British regulators after waving through a $69bn (£55bn) video game takeover by Microsoft that had been blocked in the UK.
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The Yahoo Finance Live team discusses the approval of the Microsoft-Activision deal by E.U. regulators months after the U.K. watchdog blocked the deal, and what to expect from the United State's decision.