Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard deal permitted by UK regulators

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Microsoft’s $68.7 billion deal to accumulate Activision Blizzard has been permitted by UK regulators. The UK’s Competitors and Markets Authority (CMA) has concluded that the deal can proceed after Microsoft not too long ago restructured the deal to switch cloud gaming rights for present and new Activision Blizzard video games to Ubisoft. The choice clears the best way for the deal to shut now that the UK regulator has given the inexperienced mild.

“The CMA has determined to provide Microsoft Company (Microsoft) consent to accumulate Activision Blizzard, Inc. (Activision) (the Events) excluding Activision’s cloud streaming rights exterior of the European Financial Space (EEA) (the Merger) topic to the situation that the sale of Activision’s cloud streaming rights…

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