The European Commission, which deals with the deal between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard, has received proposals for legal remedies from the American corporation, Reuters reports, citing sources. According to them, Microsoft has proposed remedies that are related to competition in cloud gaming services. Microsoft has previously entered into several agreements with potential competitors in the cloud gaming market, and the number of such agreements may increase in the near future.
At the same time, according to information from Reuters sources, the European Commission did not require any agreements or commitments from Microsoft to release Call of Duty games on the Playstation in the future. Competition between console platforms is less of a concern for the regulator than the possible dominance of Microsoft in the cloud gaming services market. This week, the European Commission expects to receive feedback on the proposed remedies from competitors and others who may be affected by the deal.
Recall that recently the European regulator again moved the deadline for making a decision on the Microsoft and Activision deal to May 22.
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