Microsoft has been expanding where and how its customers engage with its game offerings, looking to acquire video game company Activision Blizzard as part of that plan.
Microsoft’s gaming chief Phil Spencer spoke with WSJ reporter Sarah Needleman about the deal and more at The Wall Street Journal’s Tech Live conference last week. Julie Chang hosts.
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