A little bit of history for the uninitiated: Blizzard Entertainment is a multi-billion dollar company that produces video games and animation.
Its main properties are Warcraft, StarCraft and Hearthstone.
It has an annual revenue of $8.3 billion, and a stock price of $65.25.
In 2015, Blizzard sold the film rights to its IPs.
“Blizzard Entertainment was formed in 2008 and was formed to produce the Blizzard IP portfolio.
The Company also owns the rights to the World of Warcraft IP portfolio, as well as all Blizzard IP titles developed or developed under Blizzard Entertainment’s ownership.”
Blizzard Entertainment has been in business since 2003, but it wasn’t until 2010 that Blizzard Entertainment released a game called Hearthstone.
Its latest IPs include StarCraft, Heroes of the Storm and Overwatch.
It’s worth noting that Blizzard’s biggest IPs, such as StarCraft, Warcraft and Hearthstone, are not owned by Blizzard Entertainment.
The games are produced by other companies, and Blizzard is still the company responsible for all the games.
The game industry is in a bit of a crisis right now, with video game publishers having seen their earnings plummet over the past couple of years.
In 2016, video game makers had to raise the price of their products by a whopping 70% to offset the impact of lower sales of other video games.