South Africa has become the latest nation to approve Microsoft's purchase of Activision Blizzard.
In a post on its website, the country's Competition Tribunal said that the deal has been given the nod without any additional conditions. The body previously said that it was going to be approving the deal in April of this year.
"The Competition Tribunal has unconditionally approved the proposed merger, which is a global transaction, whereby Anchorage Merger Sub Inc," the Competition tribunal wrote.
"Anchorage, a wholly owned subsidiary of Microsoft Corporation intends to acquire Activision Blizzard, Inc."
In a statement to GamesIndustry, an Activision Blizzard spokesperson added: "We are happy to see South Africa join dozens of countries all around the world in approving our merger, bringing the total to 38 countries representing more than two billion people."