for Microsoft way to Acquisition of Activision Blizzard Everything is hard, at least in Europe, where Brussels, by the way, the European Commission, decided to take all the time necessary to examine the deal, given its size, the nature of the buyer and complaints Sonywhich seem to play a key role, being Microsoft’s main competitor in the video game market and most interested in not losing out on Call of Duty.
This emerged from an article in the Financial Times analyzing takeover acceptance in Europe. The first stop came from the United Kingdom, where the competition regulator decided to conduct more in-depth investigations, which are supposed to start this week, accepting the concerns of competitors who fear losing the competition. call of duty series.
Microsoft has yet to provide definitive answers to the doubts raised, at least at this point, according to two Financial Times sources familiar with the situation, which has complicated the situation.
even from European Commission Lengthy investigations are expected in the coming weeks. Environmentalists say Europe will take its time for the reasons outlined above.
In short, the hurdles to overcome before seeing Activision Blizzard enter Microsoft are more than many can imagine. We’ll see how the Redmond house will respond and whether it will make other offers to Sony, in order to meet Jim Ryan’s expectations.
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