Despite the fact that Activision Blizzard’s Call of Duty Charity foundation isn’t actually a part of Activision Blizzard, it may not be included in the deal with Microsoft. Activision Blizzard’s acquisition by Microsoft is still being sorted out in the weeds, so no decisions can be made with certainty yet though.
Call of Duty Endowment is mentioned in the contract documents for the Microsoft/Activision Blizzard deal, which has been made public. It reveals, “Neither CODE nor Activision Blizzard is linked in any way.
It continues by saying: “A lengthy integration strategic plan is underway, and it will take a bit of time to get to the bottom of what our new organization will look like. We have not made any alterations to our schedule or expected activities in the near future.”
The Call of Duty Endowment Bowl was set to happen on the Intrepid aircraft carrier in New York City on December 10th, but the activity was postponed due to poor weather conditions. Unfortunately, with ongoing concerns over COVID-19, the event had to be delayed.
Bobby Kotick launched the Call of Duty Endowment in 2009. Helping military veterans find good careers once they leave the army is its mission. There was a record-breaking volume of soldiers who were put into better jobs in 2021 thanks to the charity.
Also today, Sony made its first public statement regarding Activision Blizzard, indicating that it intends for Microsoft to release additional Activision games on various channels.
We soon discovered that Call of Duty: Vanguard and Black Ops Cold War were the year’s top-selling titles in the US in 2021.