There is a novelty in the British antitrust proceedings against the proposal acquisition of Activision Blizzard King: the CMA (Competition and Markets Authority) of the United Kingdom has given the preliminary green light for the deal brought forward by Microsoft.
According to what is reported in the columns of GamesIndustrythe proposal of give up the streaming rights to Ubisoft of Activision Blizzard King video games convinced the organization across the Channel, which however still has some doubts regarding the agreement with Ubisoft. The CMA fears that some conditions of the contract between Microsoft and the French publisher could be circumvented, however the Redmond company has said it is available to remedy the issue.
Once this is done, the CMA is expected to give the acquisition the final green light. The final decision of the British antitrust is expected by October 6th. In short, the issue seems to be close to its conclusion.