The two sides settled the dispute last July for undisclosed financial terms after British Sky Broadcasting Group PLC won an initial case in a British court.
Microsoft said the change would be made soon but didn’t give a date.
While the rebranding doesn’t involve a change to the service’s logo — two blue clouds on a white background — it does bring the name more in line with other company brands.
Last July, Microsoft re-organized its corporate structure to focus on providing both devices and services in a strategy it called “One Microsoft.”
Its latest game console, released in November, is called “Xbox One.”
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