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Saudi Wealth Fund Becomes Major Shareholder in EA, Activision & Take-Two

Amiga

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The Public Investment Fund, Saudi Arabia’s sovereign-wealth fund, recently purchased large stakes in videogame companies.

Public Investment is now one of the largest shareholders in each Activision Blizzard (ticker: ATVI), Electronic Arts (EA), and Take-Two Interactive Software (TTWO). The fund bought the shares in the fourth quarter, according to a form it filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. It hadn’t owned stock of any of the three companies at the end of the third quarter.


 

Kokoloko85

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This might be worst though I mean communism is bad but them Muslim laws are even worst real talk.

Saudi is improving recently lol. Not saying they are great but they are nowhere on the level of having the ability to influence like China can. Anyone having a piece of the pie is better than China having all of it atm
 
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Barakov

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record rights GIF
 

Cert.in.Death

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So we should expect future games to have less critical takes of Islam/Middle East? Guess the Saudis saw how well it was working for the CCP.