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Blizzard Suspends Over 74,000 WoW Accounts – MMORPG.com

Blizzard Suspends Over 74,000 WoW Accounts – MMORPG.com

Yup, botting By Poorna Shankar on June 18, 2020 | News | 0 Blizzard has suspended over 74,000 World of Warcraft accounts which they found to be in violation of their End User License Agreement (EULA). The news was relayed in a forum post by Community Manager Kaivax who wrote that Blizzard actually rarely communicates…
Blizzard Bans Thousands Of World Of Warcraft Classic Accounts For Botting – Kotaku

Blizzard Bans Thousands Of World Of Warcraft Classic Accounts For Botting – Kotaku

Image: BlizzardBlizzard announced yesterday that it’s pulled the plug on over 74,000 World of Warcraft player accounts involved in cheating. “The majority of these were found to be using gameplay automation tools, typically to farm resources or kill enemies much more efficiently than legitimate players can,” the publisher wrote in an announcement over on the…
Blizzard announce Overwatch Hero Pool changes & OWL Summer Showdown – Dexerto

Blizzard announce Overwatch Hero Pool changes & OWL Summer Showdown – Dexerto

Blizzard has revealed their new plans for the rest of the 2020 Overwatch League season along with a massive change to Competitive play that does away with Hero Pools.The Overwatch League had a rough start to 2020 with all of its homestand events canceled earlier in the Spring, but they were able to bounce back…
Blizzard Removes Controversial Hero Pools From Overwatch’s Competitive Mode – Kotaku

Blizzard Removes Controversial Hero Pools From Overwatch’s Competitive Mode – Kotaku

Image: BlizzardEarlier this year, Blizzard gave Overwatch fans clamoring for a hero pick/ban system what they were asking for—sort of. The hero pool feature did indeed ban certain heroes, but Blizzard was doing the choosing. This led to regular consternation from pros and regular players alike. As a result, Blizzard has decided to retire the…
Activision Blizzard CEO: We’re On Track With New Releases in 2020 – Motley Fool

Activision Blizzard CEO: We’re On Track With New Releases in 2020 – Motley Fool

Despite the economic impact from the novel coronavirus, the company behind "Call of Duty" expects to grow revenue and profits this year. Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) reported a strong first quarter with revenue and earnings blowing past analysts' expectations. Most importantly, the game maker is poised to maintain strong performance through the rest of the year, despite…
Activision Blizzard CEO says people may turn to free mobile games during economic uncertainty – CNN

Activision Blizzard CEO says people may turn to free mobile games during economic uncertainty...

New York (CNN Business)While much of the economy is hurting during the pandemic, video games are thriving. Activision Blizzard beat out its first-quarter outlook, mostly driven by the Call of Duty franchise, from the popular new game mode Warzone, to the mobile game release."I think in the environment that we're in today, where you have…
Activision Blizzard posts $1.79 billion Q1 revenues as pandemic creates gaming surge – VentureBeat

Activision Blizzard posts $1.79 billion Q1 revenues as pandemic creates gaming surge – VentureBeat

Activision Blizzard reported earnings today that beat expectations as the company saw a surge for its games because people are staying inside due to the pandemic. The big video game publisher said that both Call of Duty: Warzone, a new battle royale mode for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Call of Duty: Mobile drove…
Activision Blizzard’s Play for a Pandemic Premium – Barron’s

Activision Blizzard’s Play for a Pandemic Premium – Barron’s

Illustration by Elias Stein Text size With Americans stuck at home to slow Covid-19, analysts figured two video technologies would thrive: gaming and streaming. When Netflix reported huge first-quarter subscriber growth last week, the case for video streaming was nailed. On Tuesday, two big videogame publishers, Activision Blizzard and Electronic Arts, will report. Activision stock…
Blizzard co-founder Morhaime speculates on waning popularity of MMOs – Gamasutra

Blizzard co-founder Morhaime speculates on waning popularity of MMOs – Gamasutra

As former president and co-founder of Blizzard Entertainment, Mike Morhaime has a storied past in the game industry. In an interview at the virtual GamesBeat Summit 2020, he took a moment to reflect on his company's biggest game, World of Warcraft, and to think about what made it a success. For him, it all boils…
A Fireside Chat with Blizzard Entertainment cofounder Mike Morhaime – VentureBeat

A Fireside Chat with Blizzard Entertainment cofounder Mike Morhaime – VentureBeat

16.2K Want to watch this again later? Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Sign in Like this video? Sign in to make your opinion count. Sign in Don't like this video? Sign in to make your opinion count. Sign in Published on Apr 28, 2020Mike Morhaime helped found one of the most…

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pro-democracy movement in PR China in 1989

1989 Tiananmen Square protestsPart of Chinese democracy movement in 1989, Revolutions of 1989 and the Cold WarTiananmen Square in May 1988DateApril 15 – June 4, 1989(1 month, 2 weeks and 6 days)LocationBeijing and 400 cities nationwideTiananmen Square 39°54′12″N 116°23′30″E / 39.90333°N 116.39167°ECoordinates: 39°54′12″N 116°23′30″E / 39.90333°N 116.39167°ECaused by Death of Hu Yaobang Economic reform Inflation Political corruption Nepotism…

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