Activision Blizzard beats Q2 outlook with revenues up 19%

Wednesday 4 August 2021 | 10:08 CET | News
Activision Blizzard reported better-than-expected results for the second quarter. The maker of the Call of Duty and Candy Crush games generated revenues of USD 2.30 billion, up 19 percent from a year earlier, and net earnings rose to USD 1.12 per share from USD 0.75, ahead of the company's guidance.

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