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Activision Blizzard Fired 800 People
12 February, 2019
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This afternoon many developers at Activision Blizzard started getting pink slips. 8% of the staff will be cut.

The exact number of people affected by the cuts is unknown. It is known that Activision Blizzard has over 9600 employees at Activision, Blizzard, and King, so the rough estimate is 800. During the latest earnings call Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick mentioned that the company is consolidating and restructuring its business. The company is also lowering its expectations for 2019.

Kotaku has a lot of details about this story. The source claims that “the layoffs have affected Activision publishing, Blizzard, King, and some of Activision’s studios, including High Moon.” Most of the developers at Blizzard are safe, mostly non-game development teams were cut.

If you were hit by the cut and looking for a job, leave your portfolio in the comments – we’ll make sure to feature and promote it!

Source: kotaku.com
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i love how a little group of passionate do more game than a 9600 employee studio. Sometime you got 3 person working on a game that end up blowing your mind . And there you got blizzard playing safe with so much employee , i feel like it was a fake job just to sink money.

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You wait until AI is fully implemented. Sound advice anyone?
Learn a second profession or become a generalist. You might be working in the future.
There is no way to stop AI. It will devour the system.
Good Luck

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