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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Activision (Santa Monica, CA) in August 2017.
Had a Quick phone interview.
Then set up an in person interview. They did not inform me that I would be interviewing with multiple people. They where all surprised I was not told of this.None the less the interview itself was very easy going and fun. Everyone seemed like great people to work with.
I was then informed that if I was pushed onto the next round that I would be called back on a later date for a quick assessment test.
I was called back a week later.
I then was taken into a cubical for the test. They seemed a bit dis-shuffled for this and did not have my computer ready. When I began the test which was fairly easy! I noticed none of the short cut keys where set which was a total hassle. I had to right click everything. The prompt informed me to use old covers on the web as help. The Internet explorer would not start up due to updates. Then the computer began to restart and do more updates for other programs including their security log in program, which obviously did not help. I would finish a portion and had to restart due to updates and restarts. This test was on a Windows NOT a Mac so be familiar with both. I was told they do not expect me to finish the entire list on the prompt but to touch a bit of all. With all the obstacles I was going through I was surprised I got as far as I did in the 30 min.
I was then told they would be in contact with me. Later told the position was given to the other candidate.
All in all it was an easy process and would have love to work with such a great team. I was probably just dealt a bad hand with the assessment.