Microsoft Second In Gaming Revenue After Activision Blizzard Acquisition

4 June 2022 at 19:07 in Gaming News with no comments

According to market and consumer data specialists Statista, Microsoft will move into second for global gaming revenue after the acquisition of Activision Blizzard.

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Microsoft continues to work on finalizing the acquisition of Activision Blizzard, which will see two of the world’s largest gaming companies come together in a landmark deal worth $69 billion.

  what games do Microsoft own?  

Microsoft’s purchase of Activision Blizzard will see Microsoft take ownership of hugely popular games like the Call of Duty franchise, World of Warcraft, and Diablo.

According to StatistaCharts, in 2021, Microsoft sat fourth behind Tencent, Sony, and Apple in global gaming revenue.

  has Microsoft bought Activision Blizzard?  

However, that could be about to change as Microsoft’s record acquisition of Activision Blizzard will see the company move up to second behind Tencent.


The acquisition will see Microsoft move up from earning $12.9 billion in global revenue from gaming to $21 billion.

Top 5 Companies According to Global Gaming Revenue:

  1. Tencent (32.2 Billion)
  2. Microsoft (21 Billion)
  3. Sony (18.2 Billion)
  4. Apple (15.3 Billion)
  5. Google (11 Billion)
  what is the biggest gaming company?  

Microsoft’s new $21 billion revenue is still far short of Tencent, which has a 40% stake in Epic Games and a majority stake in Riot Games.




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