Microsoft buys Activision-Blizzard - The Genesis of a Monopoly?
Jonathan Leo, Content Director, Kakuchopurei.com
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First, it was Bethesda for $7.5 billion, and now, it’s the deeply troubled Activision-Blizzard for $68.7 billion - Microsoft is going on a shopping spree in this latest generation of console war, adding on more games to its Game Pass library and consolidating its influence left, right and center. But is this good for the gaming industry, as Microsoft heads closer to a monopoly? And will they be able to fix the ongoing problems that’s currently plaguing Activision-Blizzard? We react to this enormous news.
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Produced by: Haniff Baharudin, Othniel Ting, Daryl Ong, Ali Johan
Presented by: Daryl Ong, Dashran Yohan, Haniff Baharudin
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Tags: Phil Spencer, Exclusives, Halo Infinite, ggwp, activision-blizzard, microsoft, video games, call of duty, monopoly, world of warcraft, diablo 4, tony hawk, ea, battlefield 2042, bethesda,