Microsoft has announced Today it reached a 10-year deal to bring Xbox PC games, as well as Activision Blizzard titles like Call of Duty, after the deal closed for Boostroid, the world’s largest independent cloud gaming provider. The deal builds on Nintendo, NVIDIA and recent commitments to bring Call of Duty to Steam.
Microsoft is committed to working with Boosteroid to support the cloud gaming provider’s Ukrainian development team, building on the assistance provided to Ukraine since Russia’s illegal invasion.
You can read all the details, including comments from Boosteroid and the Deputy Prime Minister/Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, in the press release. Here,
“This partnership adds to the $430 million in technology and financial assistance provided to Ukraine since Russia’s illegal invasion, and we will continue to take steps to support Ukraine’s 160,000 software developers,” said Brad Smith, president of Microsoft Corporation. ” “It also builds on our recent agreements with Nintendo and NVIDIA, which also made it clear to regulators that Activision’s acquisition of Blizzard will make Call of Duty available on more devices than ever before.”
“We believe in the power of video games to bring people together. That’s why Xbox is committed to giving everyone more ways to play their favorite games across a variety of devices,” said Phil Spencer, CEO of Microsoft Gaming. Said. “Bringing Xbox PC games to Boosteroid members, including Activision Blizzard titles like Call of Duty, after the deal closes is another step in making that vision a reality.”
You can find resources and additional information about acquisitions in deal website and on site ‘150m more players‘ Microsoft.
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