Blizzard employee holds public press conference detailing experience of harassment and ‘alcohol culture’ – .

Blizzard employee holds public press conference detailing experience of harassment and ‘alcohol culture’ – .

Activision Blizzard and its current and former employees are grappling with the fallout from a lawsuit filed by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing which alleges the company promoted a "brotherhood boy" culture in which female employees were sexually harassed, unequal wages and more. </br> </br> Since the complaint was filed on July 20, action has been taken, sources have told their stories, Blizzard CEO J. Allen Brack has resigned, and more.  It can be difficult to keep track of everything that has happened so far, so we’ve created this timeline of events that will help you stay on top of everything that is happening to prevent these horrific issues from happening. reproduce.  “Src =” ″ class = ”jsx-2920405963 progressive- image image jsx-28166087 expand loading “/> </div>
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<p> </output> After filing a complaint, Christine described having suffered reprisals from the company, including being demoted and denying him full profit sharing.  Christine also described avoiding company social events to avoid being inappropriately touched. </p>
<p> In a follow-up statement from Bloom, the attorney publicly asked Activision Blizzard a new ‘streamlined’ process for victims as well as a $ 100 million victims’ compensation fund run by victim advocates. </p>
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In a statement to IGN, Activision Blizzard said it appreciates the courage of current and former employees who report misconduct and reaffirms its commitment to “creating an environment we can all be proud of.”

Bloom is well known for taking on high-profile sexual assault and harassment cases representing women in cases involving Bill O’Reilly and Bill Cosby, but also advised Harvey Weinstein in his sexual abuse case. .

The press conference is just the most recent event that dates back to details revealed in the California Depart of Fair Employment and Housing’s lawsuit against Activision Blizzard in July. The lawsuit revealed details of a fratboy culture permeating the business as well as sexual harassment and gender discrimination.

In November, Jen Oneal, who was appointed to co-lead Blizzard alongside Mike Ybarra, announced that she would be stepping down and it was later revealed that Oneal was offered less compensation for his role than its male counterpart.

As Activision Blizzard continues to reaffirm its improvement commitments, reports have revealed that Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick was personally aware of the harassment allegations and did not disclose the allegations to the board. administration. The three major manufacturers of gaming hardware, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo, have privately voiced concerns about the company to their own employees.

IGN has a report on the internal perspective of Activision Blizzard employees as well as a timeline of events with details of everything that has happened so far with regard to the famous developer behind games like World. of Warcraft and Overwatch.

Matt TM Kim is the editor-in-chief of IGN. You can reach it @lawoftd.


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