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Over 200 Activision Blizzard employees stage a mass protest against the company Reader 11/23/2021 (Tue) 00:25:54 Id: 409437 [Preview] No. 17936
Activision is a company famous for taking gaming franchises, milking them to death with yearly releases, and killing off the franchises after everyone gets tired of them. And shutting down the studios that made them afterwards.

>Around 200 Activision Blizzard employees have staged a walkout, with the Activision Blizzard Workers Alliance calling for CEO Bobby Kotick to be replaced.

>As reported by Eurogamer, roughly 150 employees at Activision Blizzard have staged a physical in-person walkout, in the wake of a damning report that alleges CEO Bobby Kotick has known of sexual misconduct claims since 2018.

>According to Valentine Powell – a senior UI engineer at Blizzard Entertainment – “over 150 people” attended the protest in person, with “a lot more participating remotely”. Activision Blizzard Workers Alliance later added that a further 90 employees attended a virtual walkout.

>As voiced by the Activision Blizzard Workers Alliance on Twitter yesterday (November 16), the group has said it “will not be silenced until Bobby Kotick has been replaced as CEO”. The post also reiterates earlier demands for an employee-chosen third party to review the company, after Activision Blizzard selected a third-party law firm with a reputation for union busting.

>The group has also addressed a statement from the company’s board of directors, which said it “remains confident in Bobby Kotick’s leadership“. In response to this statement, the Workers Alliance said “the board is just as complicit if they let this slide” and added that “it’s past time for Bobby to step down”.


Reader 11/23/2021 (Tue) 00:29:01 Id: 409437 [Preview] No.17937 del
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"I WILL KILL HER" - Activision CEO Bobby Kotick threatened to have his former assistant killed, according to a bombshell new investigation

>The dispute, first reported by the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday, was said to have been settled out of court.

>An Activision spokesperson said in an email to Insider that "Mr. Kotick quickly apologized 16 years ago." The representative referred to Kotick's threat as "obviously hyperbolic and inappropriate," and said that "he deeply regrets the exaggeration and tone" in the message.

>It was just one detail of the Wall Street Journal's major investigation into Kotick's leadership at one of the biggest video game publishing houses in the world, the multibillion dollar behemoth behind "Call of Duty," and "World of Warcraft," and "Overwatch," among many others.

>Kotick reportedly knew for years about a variety of claims of sexual harassment and rape at his company.

>The Wall Street Journal report details several specific examples of harassment and rape at Activision: Kotick was not only aware of those claims but, in a least one case, reportedly intervened to keep a male staffer who was accused of sexual harassment despite the company's human resources department recommending he be fired.

>In one instance, a female employee at Activision subsidiary Sledgehammer Games (which works on the "Call of Duty" franchise) said she was raped twice by her male supervisor, in 2016 and in 2017. She reported this to the company's HR department, which she said took no action, before retaining a lawyer. Activision settled the case out of court, and Kotick didn't tell the company's board, according to the Journal.

Reader 11/23/2021 (Tue) 00:30:58 Id: 409437 [Preview] No.17939 del
>In another instance, Dan Bunting, the head of the Activision-owned studio Treyarch, was accused of harassing a female employee, and Activision's HR department recommended that he be let go. Instead, Kotick stepped in, and Bunting was "given counseling and allowed to remain at the company," according to the report.

>In a statement on Tuesday, Activision said it is "disappointed" in the report, "which represents a misleading view of Activision Blizzard and our CEO."

>Meanwhile, a group of Activision employees is staging a walkout in response to the report, and demanding that Kotick step down from his role as CEO. "We will not be silenced until Bobby Kotick has been replaced as CEO," the group said in a message on Twitter.




Reader 11/23/2021 (Tue) 00:38:08 Id: 409437 [Preview] No.17940 del
Everything I listed are real things that actually happened by the way. Kotick is basically the Harvey Weinstein of the video game industry at the moment. Kinda looks the same too.

Here's the video summary of everything involving the Activision incident if anons want to watch it instead

Reader 11/23/2021 (Tue) 00:40:09 Id: 409437 [Preview] No.17941 del
TL;DR - Rapes, suicides, mass sexual harassment, lots of cover ups and bribery. A.K.A: just another day inside activision-blizzard


(((bobby kotick)))

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Now if only every employee not of the tribe would go on strike from every jewish ran company, we might get somewhere.

Reader 11/30/2021 (Tue) 04:54:11 Id: 5ac708 [Preview] No.17951 del
I can understand how you feel. But as long as normies keep buying their games, they'll always stay afloat

>we might get somewhere.
One step at a time anon.

Those pictures are pretty depressing though. Those are just US corporations right?

Reader 11/30/2021 (Tue) 18:42:14 Id: 57fa8f [Preview] No.17954 del
Unfortunately, no. Many are international corporations. The movies they produce especially are viewed by Europeans I've spoken to from outside the U.S. Worldwide influence is their on-going strategy.

Reader 12/03/2021 (Fri) 18:54:29 Id: 63a1ed [Preview] No.17959 del
>Unfortunately, no. Many are international corporations.

Well that fucking sucks. Did not know that.

Reader 12/04/2021 (Sat) 03:42:53 Id: d7a41b [Preview] No.17960 del
my nation is a small one, yet is not without the reach of the octopus, even we have our fair share of propaganda wielding jews, research your nation and save all the information you can, you never know when the sick fucks will start to deny everything.

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