We’re back with news about Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision by Blizzard, which has been one of the most controversial issues in recent times. If, on the one hand, we see some progress to close the deal, on the other hand, setbacks are also more than many. While the situation is endless, Microsoft is trying to ensure the games are available for other platforms and Spain’s Nware was the latest Redmond company to sign a 10-year contract.
Microsoft signs a 10-year agreement with Nware
according to Latest informationOn Friday, Microsoft revealed that it had signed a 10-year contract with the Spanish company My lights With the goal of making Xbox and Activision Blizzard games available for the cloud gaming platform. The news comes after the UK's regulator, the CMA, blocked the acquisition of the Call of Duty creator, after it was provisionally approved.
The new contract now signed is one of the Redmond company's many efforts to allay concerns that buying Activision could hurt competition because, above all, it could limit the availability of hits like Call of Duty on other platforms. That is, there are some reservations that Microsoft may make this popular title an Xbox exclusive.
According to Brad Smith, President of Microsoft, “While it's still early days for the emerging cloud gaming sector, this new partnership along with our other recent commitments will make more popular games available on cloud game streaming services than today.".
Microsoft has already signed similar agreements with other platforms, such as Sony, Nintendo, Nvidia, Valve, Twitch, etc., and intends to appeal the recent CMA decision.
Other news indicates that Ukraine consent this work.
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