Please Quit Photoshopping Horns Onto Bobby Kotick. It's Bad for His…

Today's New York Times profiles Bobby Kotick, the boss of Activision Blizzard and longtime bête noir of many a longtime gamer, many of whom have created unflattering portrayals of him quickly found by Google Image search. Well, he wants you to know this doesn't help his game. See, he's divorced and on the prowl. » 12/16/12 11:00am 12/16/12 11:00am

In Moneyball, Activision's Bobby Kotick Plays a Familiar Role

To call Bobby Kotick's appearance in Moneyball a cameo is a bit of a misnomer. The Activision boss has two significant scenes in the sports flick and plenty of lines as Stephen Schott, the former co-owner of the Oakland Athletics. It's not to say Kotick plays much of a character, but he doesn't have to. He simply has… » 9/26/11 9:00pm 9/26/11 9:00pm

Bobby Kotick Didn't Buy Myspace & Friendster is Now a Social Gaming Site

Activision boss Bobby Kotick didn't buy Myspace. Someone else will for a measly $35 million (considerably less than the $580 million IGN owner News Corp. paid in 2005). Furthermore, also-dying social network Friendster is now a social gaming hub. » 6/29/11 5:20pm 6/29/11 5:20pm

Modern Warfare Makers Complain Of Secret Call of Duty Games And More…

"Don't worry about it. It's impossible for you guys to get fired," Activision boss Bobby Kotick told Infinity Ward founders Jason West and Vince Zampella in 2008, according to a new cross-complaint filed today in a Los Angeles court. » 4/01/11 7:01pm 4/01/11 7:01pm