J. Allen Brack resigns as President of Blizzard Entertainment, to be replaced by Jen Oneal and Mike Ybarra
Less than three years after taking the position of President, and following the recent lawsuit against Activision-Blizzard by California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing, J.
Activision-Blizzard has hired industry veteran Daniel Alegre, currently Google's President of global retail and shopping, to be its new President and Chief Operating Officer.
Update: This story has been updated to include Blizzard's follow-up statement on the event, as well as analysis on how it fits in with the ongoing story.
Turns out that after his retirement last October, Mike Morhaime's non-competition clause is already expired and he's already considering options involving making new games.
Mike Morhaime was one of the co-founders of Blizzard Entertainment.
J. Allen Brack has taken over the helm of Blizzard, with Mike Morhaime stepping down into an advisory role.
Blizzard just released its official Gamescom 2018 app and it looks like everyone's favorite watery overlord will be making her debut next week.
Update: New teams in Atlanta and Guangzhou have been confirmed by Overwatch League.
In a pretty stunning move, it's just been announced that Overwatch League will be coming to your television on the ESPN, Disney, and ABC family of networks -- starting tonight.
I've been playing Blizzard games since the original Diablo hit the PlayStation and converted me to the glory of dungeon crawling.