Jen Oneal and Mike Ybarra are taking over his role
T-Mobile vanishes from Call of Duty and Overwatch websites as Activision Blizzard lawsuit draws controversy
It appears that the network provider has ended its partnership
Is CoD's Prophet based on G.I. Bro? Not according to a jury
Do not despair Blizzard fans, you'll still get your coverage
Why can't they throw some love at Diablo 4?
The focus is shifting to online events and remote viewing
Pick up right where you left off years ago
Coming to all modern platforms later this year
Diablo Immortal is still on track for 2021
Based on internal records and reports from 'key distributors'
17 Years of Call of Duty: One of the most influential and persistent video game franchises of all time
Call of Duty has made everlasting memories for millions of players around the world, including an entire generation of gamers who've spent their adolescent years with the franchise and continue to stick with it to this day.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's success helped, too
Microtransactions are big business: $1.2 billion in the last quarter
Employees with healthcare concerns are encouraged to reach out to the CEO directly
Nvidia is working to get the games re-added
YouTube is finally getting serious about gaming
Now it is really hitting them in the pocketbook
Good luck, Mr. Ybarra
Comments during re-casts are apparently okay though
American University is banned from tournaments until spring of next year
Workers found that punitive action 'appalling but not surprising'
Activision Blizzard is reportedly giving its employees gift cards in exchange for anonymized pregnancy tracking data
It's not clear why the company wants the data, though
Most of the terminated employees were IT workers
Low company morale and the inability to attract and keep talent are cited concerns
Despite seeing record profits in 2018