Activision Blizzard and Microsoft are said to have met with the CMA to discuss remedial actions.
The companies Activision Blizzard and Microsoft are said to have sat down with the British Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) this week, according to a report.
The topic of the meeting was to discuss remedies to the proposed merger between Activision Blizzard and Microsoft.
As Bloomberg reports, Microsoft is willing to hire an external agency to monitor compliance.
The results of the CMA were discussed at the private hearing between the lawyers from Microsoft and the supervisory authority. There was also an assessment of the feasibility of the proposed actions.
Sony recently suffered a defeat in the fight against the takeover. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) authorized Microsoft’s inspection of internal files.
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