Activision board approves $3 million bonus for Kotick

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 2 July 2008 07:00 GMT

According to this Kotaku piece, citing an SEC filing, the Activision board has approved a $3,079,798 bonus for Bobby Kotick.

Co-chairman Brian Kelly has been granted a meagre $2,996,556.

They had to earn those bonuses, of course, by completing certain benchmarks for the company – Kotick and Kelly were allowed to pass on two of those, though, because they would have been “impractical and inadvisable” in light of Activision’s pending combination with Vivendi.

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