Microsoft's ZeniMax Acquisition Gets EU Approval

The EU has approved Microsoft's acquisition of ZeniMax (thanks Gamasutra). This follows last week's news that the US SEC has signed off on the merger as well. These were seemingly the last two regulatory hurdles the deal had to clear, so it sounds like it's clear sailing from here:
The European Commission has approved, under the EU Merger Regulation, the acquisition of ZeniMax Media Inc. by Microsoft Corporation, both of the U.S. ZeniMax is a company that develops and publishes games for personal computers (‘PCs'), gaming consoles, and mobile devices. Microsoft is a global technology company, which develops, publishes, and distributes games for PCs, consoles, and mobile devices. The Commission concluded that the proposed acquisition would raise no competition concerns, given the combined entity's limited market position upstream and the presence of strong downstream competitors in the distribution of video games. The transaction was examined under the normal merger review procedure. More information is available on the Commission's competition website, in the public case register under the case number M.10001.