Takeover of Activision-Blizzard: Your opinion also counts

The acquisition of Activision-Blizzard by Microsoft still have twists and this is about public opinion, i.e. you.Here’s what we can learn.

The acquisition of Activision-Blizzard by Microsoft is still spilling ink and enlivens all kinds of debates.This time it’s about public opinion.Indeed, CMA, a British regulatory body that seems particularly harsh, wants to refer to public opinion.

We ask for an opinion on the acquisition

CMA (Competition and Markets Authority) wants to know the opinion of public opinion in its investigation.Given the somewhat unusual aspect of the takeover and the amounts he is about, we can understand this change of course, even if it threatens with endless debates, and maybe even the resumption of the console war.

At this point, we invite everyone, including members of society, to share your views with us.

Although we think that the combination can have a negative impact of competition, we also begin to consider potential solutions to these problems.

To contact CMA regarding the takeover, you must of course speak in Shakespeare and send a message to the following address [Email Protected]


How to send evidence to CMA


Evidence and views should be sent to the address [Email Protected]]

If you want to deliver attachments, make sure they are in Word, Excel or Search PDF format.

To help the team, you can indicate any confidential materials (including G, whether you want to remain anonymous) and provide a non -strict (edited) version of your contribution, giving the reasons for the request to maintain confidentiality, because we can publish all or part of your contribution.

Remember that due to the expected number of applications, we may not be able to answer your e-mail individually.

The British government already specifies that it will not be able to process all demands.Which seems to be obvious, taking into account the number of professionals and opponents who will have a day in the field spitting their venom.