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Microsoft Announces It’s Buying Minecraft For $2.5 Billion

Microsoft Announces It’s Buying Minecraft For $2.5 Billion

By Chris Crum

Rumors circulated throughout the media last week that Microsoft was preparing to acquire Mojang, the makers of the massively popular game Minecraft. On Monday, Microsoft officially announced that it is doing so. The company says it has reached an agreement to acquire the Stockholm-based game developer for $2.5 billion, and ...

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