Phil Spencerhead Xbox made several new comments on the long-suffering agreement between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard. This came after he visited the United Kingdom for negotiations with the Competition and Markets Authority. The Xbox will always exist, even if the agreement is banned.
Phil said he was surprised that the PlayStation Commission seemed to protect him. Spencer said he believes there is a lack of knowledge among regulators about the gaming industry. Also, the CEO of Xbox wants to create reasonable competition in the console market.
"This is an important purchase for us, but it is not a long-term move - Xbox will continue to exist if this transaction does not go through.
Competition is one area where we are striving to become stronger. I don't believe it's appropriate for huge console competition to wreak havoc on players in any way.
There was a real lack of their knowledge of the gaming business when I spoke with government regulators. I appreciate their time and, in some cases, their assistance with suggestions. This is the first time for many regulators that they have taken notice of this industry."
Phil Spencer is a well-known sportsman.
Recall that the $69 billion merger between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard is expected to pay. Microsoft has promised to release Call of Duty on Nintendo consoles to gain support.