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Protests from players and influencers against harassment within Blizzard

After more than two years of investigation, the state of California has accused Activision Blizzard of a series of abuses of its female employees. Inappropriate behaviors range from lower wages, to sexual harassment ...
Ubisoft Harassment

A union sued Ubisoft for "Institutionalized Harassment"

Ubisoft has been sued by the French union Solidaries Informatique for "institutionalized sexual harassment", as part of the accusations that have swept the management in the last year. The union filed the case with the criminal court ...
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[18+] A former Splatoon pro player was arrested for sexual harassment

According to the Tokyo Reporter, former Splatoon pro player Kai "YIG" Asano was arrested following charges of harassing a young girl. The arrest took place following allegations reported ...
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"Women don't sell" Ubisoft still in the storm

Ubisoft is undoubtedly the software house most affected by the series of scandals and allegations of harassment in recent weeks. A storm that caused the expulsion of important managers of the French company, including the ...

Three Ubisoft executives resigned because of the harassment charges

A few hours after the Ubisoft Foward event, during which Far Cry 6 should be announced, an earthquake shakes the French software house. A press release published by the company on the night between Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 July ...

The president of Gainax arrested for harassment

Tomohiro Maki, the president of Gainax, the animation studio famous for the Evangelion series, has been arrested for taking illicit photos of a young girl. Besides taking topless photos of the girl ...

The Twitch guidelines change

Following the events that led to the suspension of an Overwatch League player, Twitch decided to take his guidelines to safeguard his image and allow users ...

Dragon Age 4 won't be out until 2023 according to some sources

Dragon Age 4 probably won't see the light for a couple of years. This is what was reported by the well-known Jeff Grubb, now specialized in ...

Respawn Entertainment is working to develop a new "single-player adventure"

Respawn Entertainment, one of the top studios under the umbrella of Electronic Arts, is officially working on a new "single-player adventure" project. To announce it is ...

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