Online games are big business, and each company is vying to grab the biggest piece of that financial pie for themselves as they possibly can. Part of this process is the acquisition of smaller game companies by larger companies or mergers between companies to consolidate their interests. Late last year, news about Activision Blizzard buying King, the maker of mobiles games like Candy Crush Soda Saga, broke, and the price tag was a cool $5.9 billion. Just a few days ago, this deal was finalized. Yet people began to question whether such a deal was a good idea or not right from the very beginning.