One of the many doubts and bureaucratic quibbles related to the colossal operation he saw Microsoft to acquire Activision Blizzard, is the one concerning competition. In this regard, Microsoft in the last few hours has released statements aimed at wiping out the anti-competitive concerns by regulatory authorities. Specifically, the company would have said that Activision Blizzard does not have any "killer app" which could prevent competition from rival companies.
With the deal from 68 Billion Dollars on the bench, it is normal for you to try to take even the smallest of factors into consideration, but as already mentioned, Microsoft tends to reassure. These are the words of the manager:
"In particular, with regard to the video games developed and published by Activision Blizzard, there is nothing unique, there is no must have for rival PC and console video game distributors that could give rise to problems of foreclosure."
Currently this billion-dollar acquisition of Microsoft is undergoing various scrutiny and scrutiny, such as those of the Commission of United States (FTC) who is looking into the details of the agreement, as well as the impact it could have on the job. Even the dedicated body of the UK launched its own investigation into this over the past month.