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NVIDIA signs deal with Microsoft to gain access to video games

NVIDIA today signed a deal with Microsoft that will allow the graphics card maker to publish games like Call of Duty on its own platform.

Contract signed for the next 10 years; Image: NVIDIA Newsroom

NVIDIA today announced a deal with Microsoft for the next 10 years on its newsroom website. With this deal, NVIDIA will be allowed to publish games from Activision on its own platform, assuming the Activision deal with Microsoft goes through.

Microsoft signed a similar deal with Nintendo yesterday. NVIDIA does not pay for access for the video games. Customers will have to pay for access to NVIDIA's platform and buy the game from Microsoft.

Sony and regulators from the US, EU and UK are still not convinced about the deal as it could hurt the competition, the industry and also gamers themselves.


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