Activision Blizzard continues in the eye of the hurricane. The company takes a time dealing with serious demands for harassment, abuse and discrimination in its offices, and the matter is still far from clarifying yourself. In fact, the United States Exchange Commission and Values has come to investigate Bobby Kotick , CEO of the company, and even the State of California has had to intervene to avoid the destruction of evidence.
Now, thanks to a few statements, we know that the atmosphere remains boiled and actions have already been taken against those who have had a bad behavior. In an interview given to the Financial Times and collected by Kotaku, Fran Townsend , executive vice president of corporate affairs, has been pronounced in this regard, ensuring that disciplinary measures have been taken against some employees.
More than 20 workers have left Activision Blizzard Fran Townsend, executive vice president of corporate affairs Specifically, Townsend talks about that, as a result of the demand, More than 20 workers have left Activision Blizzard , while more than 20 have faced another type of disciplinary actions. She has not named employees, but it has made it clear that they will not allow these behaviors to be encouraged.
No matter what your range or how important your work is . If you have had misconduct or is a leader who has tolerated a culture that is not related to our values, we will take action, he said.
While Activision Blizzard remains immersed in the judicial process, at the video game levels are having disparate sensations in recent months. For example, they have had to respond recently to the serious connection problems of Diablo 2: Resurrected, but the latest information suggest that they are also developing a new project, focused on a possible open world RPG.