This is the sort of poetic observation a fan may make, but the creator probably never thought about. And that's how it should be, interpretation is part of art.
Anyways, now that you point it out, I can see it...though the S is obviously pretty dependent on Capital B being at the particular angle in this render and even then *barely* there.
Also the "greedy Microsoft" buyout narratives have been popular with fans online, but aren't necessarily a factual representation of what occurred. I mean they persist for a reason -- a simple narrative that validates how we all felt, how some continue to feel)! But in the end it only amounts to cherry picked details (and fabrications) from the noise of a more complex series of events.
Playtinic have, at least publically, made it very clear that they hold no ill intentions towards Microsoft; they also project an amiable kinship with Rare (literal kinship in the case Steve and Greg Mayles).