About two million dollars invested the popular streamer Amouranth in Activision Blizzard shares. The also popular cosplayer continues to bet on the stock market: she expects a return of 20% if Microsoft’s interest in the American video game developer materializes.
Kaitlyn Michelle Siragusa, the name under which her parents registered her 28 years ago in Texas, spent $1.9 million on the operation. That way, she was left with 24,000 shares of the Santa Monica-based company, each of which cost her $79.34.
The influencer is confident that, beyond the business posed by the creative firm of Windows, Activision Blizzard has the potential to strengthen its value on the stock market. It’s not for nothing that it’s behind big hits like Call of Duty, Diablo, World of Warcraft and Candy Crush.
Through his Twitter account, Amouranth assured that he will seek a position on the board of directors to reverse the female “censorship” in World of Warcraft, which chose to replace figures of women in his paintings with those of fruits.
Activision Blizzard has been the subject of questioning over the employment discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuits it faces. The complaints, said game rant portalcaused the dismissal or resignation of several of its key positions.
Gas stations, plastic balls and Google shares are part of the investment portfolio of the Twitch star, who was awarded the prize for the best ASMR broadcast at the Streamer Awards 2022. Earlier in the same year, he caused controversy for the sale of farts packaged, whose value was set at $1,000 dollars per bottle.