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Saudi Arabia has invested billions in Activision, EA and Take-Two

Saudi Arabia has invested billions in Activision, EA and Take-Two

Mohammad bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s controversial Crown Prince, has pushed his country to acquire stakes in three major video game publishers. Recent SEC filings spotted by Bloomberg show that Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, which bin Salman chairs, purchased more than $3.3 billion worth of shares in Activision-Blizzard, EA and Take-Two.

IvoryDove 2 weeks

Despite the massive Saudi investment which gives them a huge say in the company policies, those companies can donate millions to American political campaigns. We need to #OverturnCitizensUnited and limit campaign donations to registered voters in the district of the candidate only.

riheg 2 weeks

Saudi Arabia gets away with anything and journalists are apparently corrupt. The crucify and decapitate people publicly and their ideology is salafism (Al Qaeda and ISIS). Much worse than Assad but treated opposite in the media.

Bulwark AC
Bulwark AC 1 weeks

Did they cover how much of each company other countries, like China, have in many of these companies? When you have contest broadcasters hide under the table when a player calls out Free Hong Kong.

Angry_Face 1 weeks

Do these countries ever develop anything of note? Or do they just buy stuff with their ever dwindling pile of petro dollars??

R LoRusso
R LoRusso 1 weeks

Their only accomplishment was that they were born with oil under their asses.

Brett Ellis
Brett Ellis 1 weeks

That tells you all you need to know. Birds of a feather

TEQ 2 weeks

Another reason to hate EA and Activision! Yeay!

World 2 weeks

Epstein is still alive and Saudi Arabia knows where he is

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