Finally Jim Ryan and Phil Spencer will face each other this week before the Brussels court | we are xbox
These last few days have been a constant bombardment of statements regarding the acquisition process of Activision Blizzard King by Microsoft. All of these events resulted in Jim Ryan and Phil Spencer will face each other this week before the Brussels court for a closed-door hearing. Top executives from Microsoft, Activision and Sony will be presenting here, as well as representatives from Nvidia, Electronic Arts and Valve. The hearing will be held on Tuesday, February 21, just one day before the CMA closes the opportunity for the industry to contribute to its final report.
This information has been shared on Twitter by the user known as @PostUp_bbb. As seen on Twitter, Microsoft will bring its president Brad Smith along with the CEO of the video game division, Phil Spencer. Likewise, it is possible that Bobby Kotick will also attend said meeting in Brussels since he is the current CEO of the company in the process of being acquired. At the same time, Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan will appear in Brussels to reaffirm Sony’s position that the deal will hurt competition.
Before the Brussels court, Jim Ryan and Phil Spencer will face each other to defend their position in the industry
Representatives of Google, Nvidia, Electronic Arts and Valve will also make an appearance, as we mentioned before. They will serve to support the arguments that are presented at the hearing. Joining the rest the European Federation of Game Developers will also attend on February 21 to this hearing.
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It is hoped that this day Microsoft can make clear its plans after acquiring Activision Blizzard King and the regulatory process can continue its normal course without further adversity. This scenario can be very ideal for the company that owns the brand. Xboxbut will have big industry names like Google and Nvidia providing support to his statements.