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Microsoft, Activision Blizzard and More Join Others in Suspending Russian Sales

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Microsoft, Activision Blizzard, , Ubisoft and Epic Games Join Others, in Suspending Russian Sales.
Microsoft, Activision Blizzard, , Ubisoft and Epic Games Join Others, in Suspending Russian Sales.
Microsoft, Activision Blizzard, , Ubisoft and Epic Games Join Others, in Suspending Russian Sales.
Microsoft, Activision Blizzard, , Ubisoft and Epic Games Join Others, in Suspending Russian Sales.
Between March 4 and March 6, the four companies
announced they'd be joining other big names in
halting their services in Russia following
Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine.
Like the rest of the world, we are horrified, angered and saddened by the images and news coming from the war in Ukraine and condemn this unjustified, unprovoked and unlawful invasion by Russia. We are announcing today that we will suspend all new sales of Microsoft products and services in Russia, Microsoft, via blog post.
Like the rest of the world, we are horrified, angered and saddened by the images and news coming from the war in Ukraine and condemn this unjustified, unprovoked and unlawful invasion by Russia. We are announcing today that we will suspend all new sales of Microsoft products and services in Russia, Microsoft, via blog post.
Today, we are announcing that Activision Blizzard will be suspending new sales of and in our games in Russia while this conflict continues, Activision Blizzard, via blog post.
We stand with the Ukrainian people and will provide updates on any new actions we take as this crisis continues to unfold, Activision Blizzard, via blog post.
In light of the ongoing tragedy in Ukraine, we have decided to suspend our sales in Russia, Ubisoft, via blog post.
Kotaku reports Activision and its employees have also raised $300,000 to go toward relief efforts.
Microsoft will work to help protect Ukraine's cybersecurity.
Other gaming companies who've pulled products and services from Russia include Netflix, EA and CD Projekt Red.
Other gaming companies who've pulled products and services from Russia include Netflix, EA and CD Projekt Red.
Other gaming companies who've pulled products and services from Russia include Netflix, EA and CD Projekt Red.
Kotaku reports PlayStation pulled 'Gran Turismo 7' from Russia but never made a statement regarding the move

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