The Internet Had A Field Day With Reports On Microsoft Buying Activision Blizzard

In case you have missed the news ear­li­er, Microsoft announced its deci­sion to buy­out the well-know gam­ing com­pa­ny Activi­sion Bliz­zard. The deal costs close to $70 billion.

Of course, this is kind of a sud­den dra­mat­ic announce­ment, espe­cial­ly when con­sid­er­ing Microsoft is choos­ing to pur­chase a com­pa­ny that has fall­en to con­tro­ver­sy over the recent months. Activi­sion Bliz­zard and CEO Bob­by Kotick, have been put through the wringer in the head­lines with var­i­ous scandals.

Bob­by Kotick will remain as Activi­sion Bliz­zard’s CEO, but there are reports for plans for him to leave. Accord­ing to Microsoft Gam­ing head Phil Spencer, Bob­by Kotick will be report­ing to him. “Bob­by Kotick will con­tin­ue to serve as CEO of Activi­sion Bliz­zard, and he and his team will main­tain their focus on dri­ving efforts to fur­ther strength­en the com­pa­ny’s cul­ture and accel­er­ate busi­ness growth,” Microsoft said in its announcement.

The Internet Had A Field Day With Reports On Microsoft Buying Activision Blizzard

Nat­u­ral­ly, every­one has some­thing to say about the deal, and there are memes-a-plen­ty that are already cir­cu­lat­ing social media. You can check out some of them below:

The Internet Had A Field Day With Reports On Microsoft Buying Activision Blizzard

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The Internet Had A Field Day With Reports On Microsoft Buying Activision Blizzard

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The Internet Had A Field Day With Reports On Microsoft Buying Activision Blizzard

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