Who Wins as Disney and Activision Square Off?

With its new Infinity console game, Disney is hoping to wrangle big profits out of the new game sector that Activision Blizzard pioneered to great success with its Skylanders franchise. Is Disney set to dethrone Activision here? Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos gives investors his take on which company stands to profit the most from this battle.

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