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Submitted by Lavalamp 674d ago | news

Activision notes Q2 decline in WoW subs, independence is a “win-win-win” says analyst

Activision Blizzard became an independent company last night, after it bought back the majority of its shares held by former parent company Vivendi which now, only holds a 12% stake. This is, according to Robert W. Baird & Co analyst Colin Sebastian, a “win-win-win” for all parties involved – despite a decrease in WoW subs. (Activision, Colin Sebastian, Industry, Robert W. Baird, World of Warcraft)

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