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Activision CEO Bobby Kotick has been recognized for co-founding and running the Call of Duty Endowment. This non-profit organization assists American and British veterans who have trouble finding employment. It also helps veterans with difficulty transitioning from military to civilian life.

The Call of Duty Endowment has helped over 100,000 veterans find quality and high-paying jobs and has provided training for over 3,500 veterans. Retired Marine Corps Gen James L. Jones is the co-chair of the Call of Duty Endowment, and he says that more can be done to support our veterans, their families, and those transitioning from military to civilian life.

Call of Duty is an organization named after the original Call of Duty game, which was released 20 years ago. When it was first released, the game sold a lot of copies worldwide,

Jim Nicholson saw that many vets were returning home, but he didn’t see many opportunities for them to use their skill sets. So he started working with activision CEO Bobby Kotick partners to create the fund to help those vets find jobs in the gaming industry. Since its founding, the fund has helped veterans find work in gaming studios, game companies, and other related fields.

Kotick is a very successful businessman who has had a fantastic career with Activision Blizzard up until now. He graduated from the University of Michigan. He started making software while still in college before moving into computer games by selling apps to Trip Hawkins, the CEO of Electronic Arts.

Bobby Kotick is the CEO of Activision Blizzard and has been since July 2008. After Kotick joined Activision, he led them to become one of the world’s most successful video game publishers by merging with Vivendi Games. The company also circulates numerous enduring video game series. These games include Candy Crush Saga, World of Warcraft, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, and Guitar Hero.