Activision Blizzard Overview

  • Santa Monica, CA
  • 10000+ Employees
  • 1979
  • Company - Public (ATVI)
  • Video Game Publishing
  • $5 to $10 billion (USD)

Activision Blizzard, Inc. is the world’s largest interactive entertainment company, with operations across North America, Europe, and Asia. We are home to some of the most beloved entertainment franchises including Call of Duty®, World of Warcraft®, Overwatch®, Diablo®, Candy ...
Mission: Everything we do starts with our talent, their inspired creativity, and our commitment to excellence. We’re passionate about building big, immersive, story-filled worlds our audiences love to spend time in. Employees describe Activision Blizzard as an “epic” environment that’s ...

Company Updates

25 May 2021
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“Accessible design is good design.” Hear from three of our leaders - Adrian Ledda, Nikki Crenshaw, and Emilio Jéldrez, who work to ensure that everyone can play our games. #GAAD
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Global Accessibility Awareness Day: Inclusive Design Matters
5 April 2021
Last year, Activision, Blizzard Entertainment, and King announced the 2021 Aspiring Women in Games Scholarship to support women who want to pursue rewarding careers in the gaming industry. After reviewing applications from many inspiring emerging leaders, we’re excited to share this year’s recipients!
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Meet our 2021 Aspiring Women in Games Scholarship Recipients

Activision Blizzard Reviews

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Robert A. Kotick
Robert A. Kotick
140 Ratings
Former Employee


12 Aug 2022 - Sr. IT Auditor in London, England


Great team, many nice events, amazing office in central London


Workload is massive but the projects are interesting
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Diversity & Inclusion at Activision Blizzard

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Diversity Programs & Initiatives

A Culture of Inclusion and Belonging

Diversity fuels innovation, so we’re creating an environment where differences are embraced, valued, celebrated and always welcomed. Our best work comes from a culture in which our employees bring their authentic and best selves – we work hard to create an environment that encourages and celebrates this belief. And we’re proud that we have been recognized for our efforts, including being named one of the “Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality” by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s

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Activision Blizzard Interviews

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Applied online62%
Employee Referral17%

  1. Producer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    I applied online. I interviewed at Activision Blizzard (United States)


    I had assumptions from the start about this process because I was not screened at all.

    The interview I was set up for felt like it was going to be with the purpose of ruling me out as a candidate and I felt like I walked into a room where there were unvalidated, preconceived notions of my experience based on little to nothing.

    I was asked a couple soft questions about what I currently do and then my experience was effectively insulted after 15 minutes.

    Now, there are differences between the role I was applying for and the role I currently hold. If the questions had been around that or how I would transition onto a team with different expectations around workflow, that would have been completely valid. I could think of about 5 questions right off the bat that would have created meaningful discourse around my experience and the role. That was clearly not the goal - I was not asked specifics about my work, about the differences in the role and my current role, or evaluated in any way against a competency bar.

    I contacted the recruiter afterwards to let them know I was not interested. They contacted me 3 days later to let me know that they were not moving forward with me, but never acknowledging that I bowed out of the process. The recruiter offered to hop on another call and discuss opportunities. I was not interested because I am interviewing for external practice and honestly, this company concerns me with their interview process alone, not to mention all their other interpersonal issues. Yet, at the behest of my current manager, I agreed to have a call with the recruiter who then ghosted me, which I quite frankly expected.

    I was prepared for because I know people who have transitioned to Activision and hate it and people who have also been ghosted or mistreated during the interview process; I also know people who were interviewed - only to be down leveled at the offer stage. People describe the interview process as "chill" and when I asked how they were evaluating Agile knowledge and craft competency, I was told they don't (which they clearly weren't in my interview).

    Tell us about yourself. Why do you want to leave? What is your current role?

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Activision Blizzard Awards & Accolades

  • FORTUNE World's Most Admired Companies (#4, Entertainment Industry)Fortune magazine and Great Place to Work2020
  • Best Places to Work for LGBTQ EqualityHuman Rights Campaign Foundation2020
  • Fast Company's 2019 World's Most Innovative Companies (#6, Gaming)Fast Company2019
  • Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For (#96)Fortune magazine and Great Place to Work2019
  • Vetty Awards 2019Veterans Awards2019

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Employees rate Activision Blizzard 3.4 out of 5 stars based on 451 anonymous reviews on Glassdoor.

To get a job at Activision Blizzard, browse currently open positions and apply for a job near you. Once you get a positive response, make sure to find out about the interview process at Activision Blizzard and prepare for tough questions.

Overall, 58% of employees would recommend working at Activision Blizzard to a friend. This is based on 327 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.

64% of job seekers rate their interview experience at Activision Blizzard as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 2.9 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at Activision Blizzard.

46% of employees think that Activision Blizzard has a positive business outlook. This is based on anonymous employee reviews submitted on Glassdoor.

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