Activision Blizzard to Improve Diversity and Workplace Culture

Activision Blizzard, the embattled video game company behind Call of Duty and other titles, announced Thursday morning a list of new initiatives aimed at improving diversity and the company’s work environment. The company has faced intense pressure since July. case An official from a California fair employment agency accused the video game publisher of promoting …

The SEC has launched an investigation into Activision Blizzard.

Activision Blizzard, the video game producer behind Call of Duty and other major franchises, said Monday that the Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating the company for “disclosures regarding employment matters and related matters.” A press official from Activision said the SEC has issued subpoenas to the company and several current and former employees, but …

Blizzard President J. Allen Brack Resigns After Workplace Protests

Video game producer Activision Blizzard said on Tuesday that the head of the Blizzard Entertainment studio resigned a week later. workers go on strike over allegations of harassment and discrimination. Activision, known Call of Duty and other popular game franchises have come under intense pressure in the last few weeks that followed. case California’s accusation …

California Sues Activision Blizzard for Workplace Culture

A California state agency is suing Call of Duty producer Activision Blizzard over allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination. After a two-year investigation, the state’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing said on Tuesday that Activision “supports the ‘frat boy’ workplace culture” in a lawsuit filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court. The agency said …