Disney Reportedly Seeking to Become “Gaming Giant” via CEO Deputies; EA Acquisition Surfaced as Possibility

Outlet Bloomberg has published a lengthy article detailing the developments regarding Disney’s current CEO, Bob Iger. His extensive history with the company, such as his departure and re-arrival, is highlighted alongside the company’s ongoing struggles, chiefly concerning financial decline.

The details provided here are quite extensive, though one particular part of the article warrants emphasis. In an effort to bolster the company’s profits, Iger’s deputies have reportedly been pushing for Disney to become a “gaming giant,” with a provided example being an acquisition of Electronic Arts. Nothing has resulted from this development, however.

You can view the exact quote regarding these intentions below:

“Iger’s deputies are pushing him to consider a bolder transformation of Disney from gaming licensee to gaming giant through, say, an acquisition of Electronic Arts. But, as with everything else, he’s been noncommittal.”

No other information about Disney’s investment in the gaming sphere was provided.

You can view the full Bloomberg article for further insight into Disney’s rocky finances.

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