Microsoft’s purchase of Activision Blizzard is still under review. But in a new interview with BloombergMicrosoft CEO Satya Nadella expresses confidence in agreeing to the Activision Blizzard deal.
The UK Competition and Markets Authority is Investigate the deal. After the initial stage, the organizer has chose for A more in-depth investigation into Phase Two. The CMA is considering whether the deal has a realistic prospect of significantly reducing competition in gaming.
Speaking to Bloomberg, Microsoft CEO Nadella said he was confident the company would get regulatory approval for the $69 billion acquisition.
“Of course, any acquisition of this size will come under scrutiny, but we feel very confident that we will get out,” Nadella said.
The CEO also refers to Sony, which itself has made a number of acquisitions. “If it’s about competition, let’s talk about competition,” Nadella says.
Tensions have risen over the Microsoft and Activision Blizzard deal. It was a possible merger Under the microscope since it was Announced earlier this yearLately, however, both Xbox and PlayStation are taking it more frankly.
Reports about it Microsoft has committed to save Call of duty on PlayStation “for several more years” after the current deal. In a statement to GamesIndustry.bizPlayStation CEO Jim Ryan said the offer was “inadequate on several levels”.
Sony has already selected several studios. The manufacturer brought the PlayStation back Developer HomesmarkAnd the demon souls remake creator blue dotAnd the fate studio bungee For example, but not limited.
However, the size and scope of ABK’s deal with Microsoft is huge. The expects the latter The deal will close in fiscal year 2023.
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