The European Union has given the green light to take over the video game manufacturer Activision Blizzard by Microsoft, a process from $69 billion (63.4 billion euros). Brussels said the deal would not harm competition after Microsoft promised to allow competitors to offer blockbuster titles on their platforms for 10 years. The opinion of the European Union Commission is Unlike the UK antitrust authorities, who spoke out against the takeover last week. But, above all, the opposition to the agreement for reasons of protection of competition is also Federal Trade Commission in the United States, against which Mirosoft has initiated legal action. In short, the EU decision provides assistance to the American giant But it is not critical.
Founded in California in 1979, Actvision is the fifth-largest video game maker in the world with revenues of $1 $7.4 billion. In the first place is Sony, followed by Microsoft itself, the Chinese and Japanese Tencent Nintendo. war game Call of duty It is his most famous nickname.
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