Additionally, over 20 other individuals have also "faced other types of disciplinary action," the company reports.
Investigations of Activision's workplace allegations by EEOC have been settled for a total sum of $18 million to eligible claimants.
Overwatch series executive producer Chacko Sonny is leaving Blizzard Entertainment, it's been confirmed.
Activision Blizzard's latest press release confirms that SEC and other regulatory bodies are investigating workplace allegations on the company.
Chief Legal Officer Claire Hart confirms she has left the company after holding the position at Blizzard for three years.
Activision Blizzard's troubles continue, with the company now facing an individual investigation into its workplace woes by the SEC.
Activision Blizzard has hired two new people who will occupy the Chief People Officer and Chief Commercial Officer roles.
"Going forward, in-game characters will no longer be named after real employees and we will be more thoughtful and discerning about adding real world references in future Overwatch content," Blizzard ...
An 11th cause of action has reportedly been added to the Activision Blizzard lawsuit as the studio purposefully withheld documents from DFEH.
Activision Blizzard is arguably one of the most fan-beloved studios around the world, but what the hell is going on with it right now?
Many Overwatch casters are now refraining from referring to McCree by his name, following the character namesake's involvement in the recent lawsuit.
Blizzard Entertainment confirms the people in question have been let go, with the company currently in the midst of a lawsuit over discrimination and harassment allegations.
A law suit filed by Rosen Law Firm on behalf of the company's investors, with allegations that the company failed to disclose issues with discrimination and harassment.
"There is no place at our company where discrimination, harassment, or unequal treatment of any kind will be tolerated," Bobby Kotick says.
Brack will be replaced effective immediately by Jen Oneal and Mike Ybarra, who will be co-leaders of the company.
"Our initial responses to the issues we face together, and to your concerns, were, quite frankly, tone deaf," says CEO Bobby Kotick.
A group of Activision Blizzard employees will be staging a formal walkout protest on Wednesday to call for steps to be taken against widespread discrimination against and sexual harassment of employee...
"To put it clearly and unequivocally, our values as employees are not accurately reflected in the words and actions of our leadership," the letter states,
Blizzard is scheduled to release new titles next year though.