Read: Xbox CEO Phil Spencer’s internal memo on leadership changes – Times of India

Microsoft Still making some leadership changes in his playing department. After completing Acquisition of Activision BlizzardThe company promoted Sarah Bond Xbox President, and Matt Booth to President of Game Content and Studios. And now, Microsoft is changing some roles — mostly keeping the leadership team Activision Blizzard Except for some executive level people.
Activision CEO Bobby Kotick He officially announced that he will leave the company on December 29. Following the announcement, Spencer announced organizational changes in an internal memo. He said that for most people at the company, their work will remain the same.
Here is Phil Spencer's full internal memo:
Earlier today, Activision CEO Bobby Kotick officially announced that Friday, December 29, 2023 will be his last day at Microsoft Gaming. Under Bob's watch, Activision Blizzard in its many incarnations has been an enduring mainstay of video games. Whether it's Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, Candy Crush Saga or many other titles, its teams have created beloved franchises and entertained hundreds of millions of players for decades. I want to thank Bob – for his invaluable contributions to this industry, his partnership in closing the Activision Blizzard acquisition, and his collaboration since – and I wish him and his family the best in their next chapter.
With Bob's impending departure, we are taking the next step in aligning Activision Blizzard with Microsoft Gaming by making the following organizational changes:
Thomas Tipple (Vice Chairman, Activision Blizzard), Rob Kostic (President, Activision Publishing), Mike Ibarra (President, Blizzard Entertainment) and Tjodolf Sommestad (President, King) will report to Matt Booty (President, Game Content and Studios) . Activision Publishing, Blizzard and King's leadership teams will remain in place, with no changes to the structure of the studio or business units.
Brian Bulatao (Chief Administrative Officer) will report to Dave McCarthy (Chief Operating Officer, Microsoft Gaming).
Julie Hodges (Chief People Officer) will report to Cynthia Per-Lee (Corporate Vice President, Gaming Human Resources).
Grant Dixton (Chief Legal Officer) will report to Linda Norman (Corporate Vice President, Gaming CELA).
Armin Zerza (Chief Financial Officer) will continue to report to Tim Stewart (Corporate Vice President, Finance) as we previously announced to the Finance team in October.
Thomas, Brian, Julie, Grant and Armin will help us with the transition until March 2024.
Lulu Meservey (Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Chief Communications Officer) will leave ABK at the end of January. She has agreed to support Kari Perez (General Manager, Communications) in the leadership transition plan for the ABK Communications team, reporting to Kari. Additionally, Humam Sakhnin (Vice Chairman, Blizzard and King) will be leaving at the end of December. We thank Humam and Lulu for their guidance over the past year.
For the most part, your day-to-day work will remain the same – it's still casual in order to bring more innovative experiences to more players around the world. At the leadership level, these changes provide the clarity and accountability necessary to achieve our ambitious goals and foster a culture that welcomes, empowers and is committed to gaming for all. We have an exciting 2024 lineup of games from Activision, Bethesda, Blizzard, King and Xbox Game Studios, and I know we're all looking forward to sharing more details with our gaming communities when the time is right.