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Activision Blizzard: Good discussions with Microsoft to continuous controversy

Not only the portfolio of video games such as Call of Duty, Diablo or World of Warcraft will take over Microsoft with the planned acquisition of Activision Blizzard.

Even with the ongoing controversies and complaints to discrimination and harassment in the house of Activision, you have to deal with, even if you will remain from the legal problems.

Xbox Chef Phil Spencer talked to the Washington Post about it, saying that at the end of the year was talking to the team of Activision good discussions.

“We spent time with the Activision team to view the incidents and surveys among employees, and then have good talks with them about their plan, both about the progress they made, as well as their own plan. ”

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“We had to look at the plan for the future and make sure that we have a kind of trust in it.”

Spencer was also interviewed on trade unions. However, he said that he personally did not have much experience.

“I have been with Microsoft for 33 years. So I will not try to act as an expert, but I will say that we will lead to talks about what it enables you to make your best work, what, how to imagine, is the most important thing for us in a creative industry. “