The gambler is accused of a corporate culture in which the company’s female employees are constantly sexually harassed and paid less.
Gaming company Activision Blizzard says the head of its unit that produced World of Warcraft online role-playing games will resign immediately.
A lawsuit has been filed against the company in California. According to it, the company fosters a corporate culture in which the company’s female employees are constantly sexually harassed and paid less.
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The American company says in a statement that it is the head of the Blizzard Entertainment unit J. Allen Brack leaves the company and “begins to look for new challenges”. Brack’s responsibilities share those who have worked for the company for a long time Jen Oneal and Mike Ybarra.
Also Blizzard Entertainment employees have protested against the company’s sexist and unequal corporate culture. A week ago, workers marched out of their jobs, AFP news agency reported.
The network has also called for boycotts of the company’s hit games such as Call of Duty and Candy Crush.
Since the lawsuit was filed, Activision Blizzard has launched an in-depth investigation into its working practices. In addition, the company has promised to look at both its working conditions and how women are portrayed in the company’s success games.
Activision Blizzard consists of three units: Activision, the King of Mobile Games, and Blizzard, which is affected by the change in management.