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As approval processes continue for Xbox's huge Activision Blizzard acquisition, Microsoft has signed another 10-year agreement in relation to its cloud gaming endeavours.

This time, the Xbox owner has entered into a deal with UK internet and mobile phone provider EE. As expected, the agreement is focused on bringing Activision Blizzard games "to EE customers" through Xbox Cloud Gaming.

Last month, Microsoft signed two other deals with a pair of somewhat obscure cloud gaming providers; Boosteroid and Ubitus. Of course, those deals followed much more high profile agreements with the likes of Nintendo and Nvidia as Team Xbox continues to sweeten its ActiBlizz deal for various third parties.

Thankfully, the whole saga does seem to be nearing its conclusion. Recently, the UK CMA announced that it was happy with the deal in relation to the general console gaming market, with cloud gaming one of the major sticking points still being scrutinised by the authority.

Are we close to this deal being done? Leave your thoughts on proceedings down below.