Activision Blizzard: British authorities are listening too much Sony says Microsoft

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The British competition authority’s concerns over the Activision Blizzard acquisition matter sound too much like Sony, Microsoft says.

The CMA is the UK regulator and competition authority reviewing the acquisition of Activision Blizzard. In the case of the authority’s new concerns, one listens too much to Sony’s objections, as Microsoft finds.

As The Verge writes, Microsoft describes the CMA’s reasonable concerns as misplaced. It would also simply accept Sony’s objections and not take into account the potential harm to consumers, they say.

But not only that: The group also believes that it is wrongly based on self-referential statements by Sony, which greatly exaggerate the importance of Call of Duty.

Read with us what concerns the British competition authority has and what clear words Microsoft has to say.

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