Microsoft is spending $69bln on the biggest tech deal ever looking to buy gaming firm Activision Blizzard. The move will give the tech giant access to Activision’s 390 million monthly users and headline franchises such as Call of Duty, Warcraft and Candy Crush.

Find out why Microsoft has made this move, the terms f the deal, why they chose to strike now, and what it might mean for other gaming stocks in the sector.

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