Luis Barriga, Jesse McCree, and Jonathan LeCraft depart Blizzard in wake of Activision-Blizzard sexual harassment lawsuit
The fallout from the Activision Blizzard lawsuit filed by California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing continues.
Community plans to protest during today’s Activision Blizzard earnings call
The quarterly Activision Blizzard earnings call, where the company reports to its shareholders, is happening today, Tuesday, August 3 at 1:30pm Pacific.
More than just Activision Blizzard employees took part in the #ActiBlizzWalkout on Wednesday
Employees from across the gaming industry showed their support for the Activision Blizzard staff walkout with their own walkouts or protests on Wednesday.
Activision Blizzard employees plan walkout on Wednesday; here’s their list of demands for corporate leadership
Activision Blizzard employees are taking more action after yesterday's open letter protesting the company's history of sexual harassment, and its poor handling of the situation.
Open letter from Activision Blizzard employees demands action in response to sexual harassment lawsuit
I suspect we're all struggling with the facts that have been brought to life with the lawsuit against Activision Blizzard that accuses the company of badly mistreating its female employees.
Yes, Blizzard probably will ship patch 9.2 and everything else later now — and that’s for the better
I think I realized when Jeff Hamilton posted this to Twitter that a lot of people would misunderstand it.
Ex-Method raiders form new guild — but can Echo rise from the ashes of the Method implosion?
If you don't know about the implosion of Method, one of the premier world first raiding guilds across the long history of World of Warcraft, then let me just warn you, it's disturbing to see the litany of sexual misconduct and harassment -- and sometimes worse -- that came out in recent months about the guild and specific members.