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Activision Blizzard sends out survey to gauge NFT curiosity


A sizzling potato: Activision Blizzard, an organization with a repute tarnished by a number of sexual harassment lawsuits, has been failing to endear itself to customers as soon as once more by making an attempt to gauge curiosity in NFTs, which the vast majority of avid gamers hate. However firm president Mike Ybarra has seemingly confirmed non-fungible tokens aren’t coming to Blizzard video games, at the very least not but.

Activision Blizzard, presently within the technique of being acquired by Microsoft, despatched out a YouGov survey to pick followers over the weekend that attempted to gauge curiosity in “rising and future traits in gaming.”

Among the areas within the survey included platform cross-play, synthetic intelligence content material technology, Synthetic/Digital Actuality titles, and cloud gaming. Whereas that every one sounds cheap sufficient, there have been a couple of subjects that in most avid gamers incite emotions someplace between apathy and downright hatred: the metaverse, play-to-earn video games, and NFTs.

Whereas many individuals would discover a Blizzard survey asking about play-to-earn video games and NFTs unhealthy sufficient, the corporate went that further mile by ending the questionnaire with a redirection to its Blizzard.web on-line retailer. One person reported that answering “no” to the part that requested in the event that they’d performed any Blizzard video games during the last 12 months ended the survey and opened the store.

It seems that Activision Blizzard president Mike Ybarra, previously the company vp at Xbox, was conscious of the controversy surrounding the survey and responded with a tweet that learn, “Nobody is doing NFTs.” Ybarra was then requested why Blizzard even despatched out the ballot, however he by no means answered. Possibly he simply meant nobody at Blizzard is doing NFTs *but.*

NFTs haven’t been having the most effective of occasions recently. From Jack Dorsey’s first tweet receiving a proposal of $6,200 as a substitute of the $48 million the proprietor anticipated, to F1 Delta Time shutting down and the Axie Infinity hack. As for Blizzard, it was hit with one other sexual harassment lawsuit in March.



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