1. You can blame Nvidia, not just Activision Blizzard, for their GeForce Now falling-out  The Verge
  2. The Nvidia-Activision divorce is what cloud gaming critics fear  The Next Web
  3. Nvidia says a 'misunderstanding' led to Activision's departure from GeForce Now  PC Gamer
  4. Nvidia GeForce Now loses Activision Blizzard’s entire catalog (Update: More info)  Android Police
  5. Activision GeForce Now Issue Was Due To "Misunderstanding" Says Nvidia  GameSpot
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Nvidia didn’t actually get permission to keep its games on GeForce Now after launch. While Nvidia confirmed it reached out to Activision ahead of launch to ask, there was a "misunderstanding" about whether Activision actually gave that permission.Either way, it’s not great

You can blame Nvidia, not just Activision Blizzard, for their GeForce Now falling-out - The Verge

Activision Blizzard's games recently disappeared from Nvidia's new GeForce Now cloud gaming service. It's a 'misunderstanding' that gamers will pay for.Activision Blizzard's games recently disappeared from Nvidia's new GeForce Now cloud gaming service. It's a 'misunderstanding' that gamers will pay for.

The Nvidia-Activision divorce is what cloud gaming critics fear

Nvidia's game streaming service GeForce Now got off to a strong start, but ran into an unexpected headache earlier this week when Activision Blizzard removed its games from the platform. That meant big hitters including Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Overwatch, and Diablo 3 were suddenly no longer available, and for no stated reason. Nvidia said only that "per their request, please be advised Activision Blizzard games will be removed from the service."As it turns out, the whole thing was a "misunderstanding." An Nvidia rep told Bloomberg that Activision wanted a commercial agreement in place before it agreed to participate in the platform, but Nvidia thought that the deal covering its participation in the GeForce Now beta test included the 90-day trial period for "founders" that began when the service launched. The games actually weren't supposed to be there in the first place.

Nvidia says a 'misunderstanding' led to Activision's departure from GeForce Now | PC Gamer

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Matt Egan on Twitter: "Activision Blizzard just pulled its games from Nvidia's GeForce Now, and that sucks https://t.co/jAIdAgPADJ via @pcworld"

Nvidia has taken responsibility for a recent dispute that forced it to remove Activision Blizzard games from its GeForce Now streaming service.Nvidia has taken responsibility for a recent dispute that forced it to remove Activision Blizzard games from its GeForce Now streaming service.

Activision GeForce Now Issue Was Due To "Misunderstanding" Says Nvidia - GameSpot

The multi-year deal includes rights to stream the Overwatch League, Call of Duty League, and Hearthstone.

Activision Blizzard YouTube deal reportedly worth $160 million | Dot Esports

If you were thinking of using the service to check out 'Warcraft III: Reforged,' think again.If you were thinking of using the service to check out 'Warcraft III: Reforged,' think again.

Activision Blizzard Pulled Its Games From Nvidia's Streaming Service | WIRED

YouTube won the exclusive rights to stream league play for Activision Blizzard’s Overwatch, Call of Duty and Hearthstone from Amazon’s Twitch platform at the end of January for an undisclosed amount.YouTube won the exclusive rights to stream league play for Activision Blizzard’s Overwatch, Call of Duty and Hearthstone from Amazon’s Twitch platform at the end of January for an undisclosed amount.

Report: YouTube Dropped $160 Million To Steal Activision Blizzard’s Esports From Twitch

Graphics hardware giant Nvidia has said that Activision Blizzard's games being removed from the firm's GeForce Now streaming service was due to a misunders...Graphics hardware giant Nvidia has said that Activision Blizzard's games being removed from the firm's GeForce Now streaming service was due to a misunders...

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The Esports Observer, citing sources familiar with the negotiations and contracts, states that the YouTube deal with Activision Blizzard to have Overwatch League, Call of Duty League, Hearthstone esports be exclusively streamed on YouTube is valued at $160M for three year deal. Activision Blizzard announced prior to the start of the Call of Duty League […]

YouTube paid Activision Blizzard close to $160M for OWL, CDL for three years | Charlie INTEL

The Esports Observer, citing sources familiar with the negotiations and contracts, states that the YouTube deal with Activision Blizzard to have Overwatch League, Call of Duty League, Hearthstone esports be exclusively streamed on YouTube is valued at $160M for three year deal. Activision Blizzard announced prior to the start of the Call of Duty League […]

YouTube paid Activision Blizzard close to $160M for OWL, CDL for three years | Charlie INTEL

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The game maker continues to capitalize on the popularity of its top esports franchises.The game maker continues to capitalize on the popularity of its top esports franchises.

Activision Blizzard's Deal with YouTube Is Reportedly Worth $160 Million | The Motley Fool

The partnership between YouTube Gaming and Activision/Blizzard was announced last month and seems to be continuing to develop in big ways.The partnership between YouTube Gaming and Activision/Blizzard was announced last month and seems to be continuing to develop in big ways.

Youtube Scores $160 Million Esports Media Deal with Activision/Blizzard

The partnership between YouTube Gaming and Activision/Blizzard was announced last month and seems to be continuing to develop in big ways.The partnership between YouTube Gaming and Activision/Blizzard was announced last month and seems to be continuing to develop in big ways.

Youtube Scores $160 Million Esports Media Deal with Activision/Blizzard

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