500 Activision Blizzard employees sign petition for Bobby Koticks departure

It has been reported that at least 500 Activision Blizzard employees have signed a petition demanding the resignation of Bobby Kotik. They are also asking shareholders to select a new CEO, and do not allow the Kotik himself to vote. We no longer trust Bobby Kotiks leadership as CEO of Activision Blizzard.

Information about his behavior and methods of managing companies is contrary to the culture and integrity that we demand of our management, as well as directly contradicts the initiatives initiated by our colleagues. We note that in total, Activision Blizzard studios employ more than 9,500 people.

The signatories of the petition expect their colleagues to join the fight for justice. The Washington Post contacted Activision Blizzard and received the same response — Bobby The cat properly solved the problems at the workplace that were brought to his attention.

Recall that recently released the exposing material The Wall Street Journal, who put Bobby the cat in a bad light. It is reported that he was well aware of the violence, harassment and harassment taking place inside the company, and was also found to be cruel to employees.

The cat himself replied that TWSJ provides an inaccurate and misleading image of the company, about it personally and of its management. Activision adheres to his position and insists on the lack of evidence.

After the publication of the article TWSJ, the companys employees gathered for a protest march, demanding the departure of Kotik from his post. They were supported by some shareholders.

Activision Blizzard was criticized by the head of Sony Interactive Entertainment Jim Ryan – he admitted that read in TWSJ & laquo; disappointed and frankly shocked both himself and the management of Sony. More on Gambling For Terraria and Dont Starve Together, an Eye for an Eye crossover update has started free weekend in The Crew 2 – until November 22 Kung Fu Authors Sifu action told about death and aging in the game.