Now everything seems to be accelerating in a thick history of acquisitions Activision-Blizzard-King By giant Microsoft. A few hours ago, we learned that the European Commission has now proved more favorable to acquisitions and that Sony cannot escape its commercial agreements with third-party publishers.
But it gets even better: Earlier this week, legal representatives and executives at Microsoft Corp. and Activision Blizzard Inc. The UK’s antitrust regulator, the CMA, met with members to come up with new plans to get the Commission’s approval.
During this private investigation, Microsoft is said to have fully reimbursed the CMA for the costs of a third-party controller that continues to oversee Microsoft’s compliance with its contract with its new partners (NVIDIA and Nintendo) regarding the Call of Duty franchise.
Microsoft continues to try to convince the UK regulator
Therefore, the CMA does not have to expend resources, and therefore money, to ensure that signed agreements are respected. Note that similar proposals were already made to the European Commission this week. Additionally, Activision representatives met with the CMA on March 1, but no information was released about what was discussed there.
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