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Microsoft Proposes Remedies to the European Union to Win ABK Acquisition Approval

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In another attempt at appeasing regulatory bodies, Microsoft has submitted a proposal for remedies to the European Union that would essentially allow them to complete the Activision Blizzard acquisition.

Microsoft President Brad Smith has said the U.S. software company was prepared to offer rivals licensing deals to ease competition concerns but not to selling the Call of Duty franchise.Today, Microsoft submitted some remedies in an attempt to win the approval of the EU's antitrust government body to validate its acquisition of Activision Blizzard, a deal that's been met with massive scrutiny ever since it was announced.

The EU antitrust body didn't really provide the details regarding the remedies offered, but as stated before, the president of Microsoft has talked about the third-party deals it's been making regarding the Call of Duty franchise.A spokesperson for Microsoft also stated the following: We have stood behind our promise to bring Call of Duty to more gamers on more devices by entering into agreements to bring the game to the Nintendo console and cloud game streaming services offered by Nvidia, Boosteroid, and Ubitus.

We are now backing up that promise with binding commitments to the European Commission, which will ensure that this deal benefits gamers into the future.

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