bobby kotick

bobby kotick

Image from Shutterstock

Activision Blizzard said Thursday that an internal investigation found there was “no evidence” that senior executives ignored or attempted to conceal reports of sexual harassment at the Santa Monica-based video game publisher, while also disputing that “there was ever a systemic issue with harassment, discrimination or retaliation” at the company.

Read more Show less
Image courtesy of Shutterstock

Activision Blizzard is facing yet another lawsuit—this time from the Big Apple.

The New York City Employees’ Retirement System–along with various pension funds for the city’s firefighters, police and teachers–filed suit against the Santa Monica-based video game publisher in Delaware’s Court of Chancery last month, Axios reported on Wednesday.

Read more Show less
A Look at Activision Blizzard's Workplace Harassment Lawsuit

Activision Blizzard posted declining revenues and profits in its first-quarter earnings report Monday, as the video game publisher coped with its flagship “Call of Duty” franchise underperforming as well as pandemic-induced delays to its release of other popular titles.

Read more Show less
Trending