Microsoft Rivals Quizzed by EU During Review of Activision Deal – Bloomberg

Microsoft Rivals Quizzed by EU During Review of Activision Deal – Bloomberg

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The European Commission sent out different questionnaires to video games developers, publishers, distributors, competing operating systems and providers of cloud services, according to a person familiar with the process. The planned takeover was formally notified to the EU last week, with a Nov. 8 deadline on whether it will refer the deal for an in depth probe. 

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