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Microsoft is supposed to be in talks to buy Discord for more than $10 billion.

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According to sources close to the situation, Microsoft Corp is in talks to buy Discord, the popular VoIP and messaging platform, for more than ten billion dollars.

According to a Reuters report, Discord has reached out to a number of potential buyers, with Microsoft being one of them, according to the sources. However, one person thinks that instead of only selling, the VoIP and messaging platform will be more likely to travel to the general public. Recently, it was also noted that the company is considering a purchase and has already reached an agreement with a company.

According to a Media report, Discord has reached out to a number of potential buyers, with Microsoft being one of them, according to the sources. However, one person thinks that rather than just only selling, the VoIP and messaging platform will be more likely to travel to the general public. Recently, it was also noted that the company is considering a purchase and has already reached an agreement with a company.

Unfortunately, Microsoft has declined to discuss the matter, while Discord has yet to reply to any queries either. At the instant , Discord is valued at around 7 billion US Dollars as of December last year. For those unaware, Discord may be a platform that serves various purposes, like gaming and its related activities, meanwhile, it also can be wont to create virtual parties and meetings also . Thus, the move from Microsoft is probably going a neighborhood of its plan to strengthen its standing within the computer game industry.

Furthermore, if the deal goes through, it might be the most important acquisition of the Xbox maker since its acquisition of ZeniMax Media last year. This also arrives amid the boost within the gaming industry caused by the coronavirus pandemic, which led to the expansion of the industry because of people staying reception and turning to games for entertainment during the lockdown.


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