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Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard: What’s going on and what happens next?

We look at the regulatory process and explain what it all means

GamesIndustry.biz Staff

EU issues Microsoft with antitrust warning over Activision Blizzard acquisition

Xbox firm says it is "listening carefully" to Commission's concerns and "confident" it can address them

James Batchelor

Konami's nine-months net sales see a 5.5% boost as it amasses $1.7bn

The firm's digital entertainment sector sees a 1.6% bump as it pulls in $1.2 billion during the period

Jeffrey Rousseau

Activision Blizzard agrees to $35m settlement with SEC following investigation

Commission found that Call of Duty publisher's disclosure controls for assessing reports of workplace misconduct violates US law

James Batchelor

Kadokawa: Elden Ring drove games sector revenue to an increase of 123% in Q3

The FromSoftware parent company's Q3 report also says that overall it saw a revenue increase of 27%

Jeffrey Rousseau

The potential of PSVR 2 | Podcast

Latest episode discusses the many challenges Sony faces as it prepares to launch its new headset

James Batchelor

Square Enix sees an 6.6% drop for the past nine months as it pulls in $2bn

The publisher notes that its HD Games segment saw an 11.3% decrease despite launching multiple titles

Jeffrey Rousseau

What's going on with EA on mobile? | This Week In Business

Following the surprise shutdown of Apex Mobile and the scrapping of Battlefield, the publisher's earnings call gives more insight to its plans on smart devices

James Batchelor

Turtle Rock to stop supporting Back 4 Blood | News-in-brief

The title launched in October 2021, with the studio saying it doesn't have the resources "to continue working on Back 4 Blood content while [it] spins up another game"

GamesIndustry.biz Staff

Phoenix Labs regains independence after management buyout

The Vancouver-based studio will spin out of Garena and go private

Marie Dealessandri

Knockout City to shut down in June

"It’s simply impossible for us to make those kinds of systemic changes in the live game while continuing to support it," Velan said

Marie Dealessandri

Google to provide developers alternative user payment options in India

The tech giant has attributed its new Android and Google Play updates to comply with The Competition Commission of India

Jeffrey Rousseau

Tilting Point to cut 14% of its global staff

The publisher's move to lay off 60 employees has been attributed to restructuring its business

Jeffrey Rousseau

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