So far, the mobile terminal is progressing smoothly for Activision Blizzard, but it is only just dabbling in the platform. Including “call of duty” and its 300 million downloads worldwide, these are just the beginning. Senior executives at Activision Blizzard talked about the big company’s future vision on mobile devices in a recent conference call with investors, hoping to bring more flagship products into the platform and expand current deals to new regions. < / P > < p > although the company sees the value of emerging platforms such as cloud games, Activision Blizzard’s first task is to target the development work on platforms with good results. For example, mobile is the place where the company sees the greatest opportunity, and Daniel Alegre, chief operating officer of Activision Blizzard, has expressed interest in “bringing all our IP series into the mobile space over time.”. < / P > < p > at present, “call of duty” is at the forefront and center of Activision Blizzard’s expansion to mobile terminals. The company has more advantages in mobile, including including including King, producer of candy crush, in its studio portfolio. < / P > < p > on the call of duty mobile game, rob kostich, President of motion TV, said that since the game’s debut, the game has been downloaded more than 300 million times worldwide. According to kostich, the ongoing celebration of the game is the strongest trading week in the game’s history, and it is hoped that the number will continue to rise. < / P > < p > “in terms of future growth, we still see the great potential of call of duty mobile tour. Obviously, China can be an important contributor to our overall IP revenue. ” Kostich said. “We talked about how the game was vetted and we are currently doing the final test. So, once again, we look forward to seeing a good response in the region. ” < / P > < p > he continued: “in fact, it’s not just China. For example, Mexico and Brazil are our top five markets in terms of installation and revenue. As a result, we see a huge opportunity to further expand the market in other regions through mobile devices in the next few quarters. ” Skip to content