Why Microsoft wants to acquire Discord? Negotiations are afoot as Microsoft pursues to acquire Discord for over $10 billion. Discord is a popular VOIP and messaging platform designed to create communities focussed on various topics ranging from games to education.
Negotiations are afoot as Microsoft pursues to acquire Discord for over $10 billion, according to sources. The popular gaming focussed messaging and VOIP service recently priced themselves at the ten billion figure due to multiple potential buyers’ interest.Discord is a popular VOIP and messaging platform designed to create communities focussed on various topics, ranging from games to education. Initially released on May 13, 2015, the application is free to use and allows users to interact with other fellow users by joining servers or directly messaging them. The creation of said servers is free of cost, with each user can create or join a maximum of 100 servers in total.
Though some features such as sharing or using various animated emojis, increased resolution of screen sharing, and bigger upload limits are locked behind a small subscription fee of $10, the application still can be used and enjoyed thoroughly even without it.
Boasting 140 million monthly users, which have only further increased with the onset of the global pandemic, Discord has piqued not only the interest of Microsoft but also of Epic Games and Amazon in the past. Hence further justifying the price tag it carries.
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Discord is a popular VOIP and messaging platform designed to create communities focussed on various topics ranging from games to education.
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