NEWSBy Darryl Lara October 7, 2022Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard has been approved in Brazil
Different agencies from around the world are busy looking into the deal that'll bring Activision Blizzard into the Microsoft fold.
But, while several governing bodies are still inquiring about the $70 billion purchase, Brazil is not one of them.
The Brazilian Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) has approved the merger with no restrictions.
The CADE believes that there is no reason to block the deal and that PlayStation owners can go for alternatives if Call of Duty, and others, become exclusive to the Xbox.
The resolution also states that exclusive content is very important for competition and this strategy has been employed by both Sony and Nintendo.
Brazil's CADE is just the second regulatory agency to approve the merger after Saudi Arabia's General Authority for Competition for Competition gave a no-object certification in Au
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