Microsoft Just Announced Another 10-Year Xbox-Activision Call of Duty Licensing Agreement

what you need to know

  • Microsoft is trying to buy Activision-Blizzard for $69 billion.
  • Competition regulators around the world are scrutinizing the deal, with Sony PlayStation as the biggest opponent.
  • Microsoft has announced partnerships for Call of Duty to address concerns from regulators including Nintendo, NVIDIA GeForce Now and now, Ukraine-based cloud provider Boosteroid.

In another rebuttal to regulators over “competition concerns,” Microsoft has just revealed another 10-year deal for Call of Duty, with Ukraine-based Boosteroid.

Boosteroid is now the world’s largest independent cloud gaming provider and highlights Microsoft’s investment in the region beleaguered by the Putin regime’s barbaric invasion.

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James D. Brown
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