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Why Analysts Think Microsoft’s $8 Billion Videogame Acquisition Is a Really Big Deal – Barron’s

Wall Street analysts have so far blessed Microsoft’s acquisition of ZeniMax Media, a closely held videogame maker with a catalog of well-loved titles that will boost Microsoft’s subscription offering.

The $7.5 billion deal is one of the largest in the videogame sector in recent history—recall that Microsoft (ticker: MSFT) also bought the popular Minecraft maker for $2.5 billion six years ago—and several sell-side analysts have praised the deal in research notes following the announcement Monday.



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