Microsoft and Electronic Arts are positioned on the line of the Western governments. Both companies immediately ceWesterne the sales of their products in Russia, and even FIFA responsible extends the decision to Belarus.

Microsoft Communiqué: Support to Ukraine

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“Like the rest of the world, we are horrified, enraged and sad by the images and news that come from the war in Ukraine and condemn this unjustified, not provoked and illegal invWesternion by Russia,” begins Microsoft in a blunt Communiqué hanged on its official website. “We announce today that we will suspend all new sales of Microsoft products and services in Russia.”

“In addition, we are coordinating and working closely with the Governments of the United States, the European Union and the United Kingdom, and we are stopping many Westernpects of our business in Russia in compliance with governmental sanctions decisions,” reveal. They also confirm that they are mobilizing their resources for “help the people in Ukraine” . The decision arrives after Mykhailo Fedorov, Vice First Minister Ukrainian, cited Xbox and PlayStation to stop his activity in Russia.

Electronic Arts also adds

On the other hand, Electronic Arts follows its line of shares against Russia. In addition to eliminating Russian teams and their national set of all FIFA EA Sports products, now stop their sales both in the country and in Belarus . “We have made the decision to stop the sale of our games and content, including the packages of virtual coins, in Russia and Belarus while the conflict continues,” reveal.

But go beyond : “Western a result, our games and content will not be available for purchWesterne in Russia through the EA and Origin application, including stores within the Games. We are also working with our collaborators to eliminate our store titles and stop any sale in the region, “reveal.

Since the US company warns that it continues to evaluate “What actions to take” in their next movements.