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Submitted by -Mezzo- 767d ago | news

Vivendi To Make Move This Week To Withdraw $2 Billion From Activision

Game Informer - Earlier this month, we reported that Activision Blizzard parent Vivendi was set to make a move that would pay down its debt from the Call of Duty publisher's coffers. The action would help pay down a small part of significant debt. (Activision, Industry, Vivendi Games)

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DarkBlood  +   768d ago
you mean 2 billion is not enough o.o
STK026  +   767d ago
I think I read that Vivendi has about 17 billions in debts at the moment.

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