Today’s crucial meeting on the acquisition –

As we reported earlier, it is set for today In Brussels as it should bedecisive meeting between Microsoft and the European Union toActivision Blizzard acquisitionwhich will also be attended by Sony and other company representatives.

The announcement of the meeting was already made last week, but it is a private event and behind closed doors, so it will be difficult to obtain accurate and first-hand information on this subject. The ceremony will be attended by Microsoft President Brad Smith and Xbox President Phil Spencer, as well as Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick, but Sony PlayStation President Jim Ryan.

And according to reports from Reuters, they should also be present at the hearing representative by other companies such as Google, Nvidia, Valve, Electronic Arts, and the European Games Developer Federation, as well as representatives of other national antitrust bodies.

Today’s meeting is specifically about the European Commission, but it will still play a key role for the future of the entire operation on a global level, so the outcome of this hearing will be very important and interesting to learn about any developments in the acquisition.

We remember that the European Union has already submitted its formal objections to the acquisition of Activision Blizzard, but has shown itself open to discussion on possible solutions and today’s meeting will focus on this topic. In the past few hours, Microsoft has announced that it has officially signed the agreement that will bring Call of Duty to Nintendo platforms for a period of 10 years, in the event that the acquisition proceeds, while the UNI Global Union has also agreed to comply with the validity of the operation.

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