Blizzard chief Jay Allen Brack quits company amid scandal

Blizzard chief Jay Allen Brack is quitting Activision Blizzard, which the corporations representatives have already told employees. Jen Onil (former head of Vicarious Visions) and Mike Ibarra (former Xbox VP) will now be headed up. Brack quits amid a high-profile scandal within the company about discrimination against girls โ€” according to staff members, it lasted more than 10 years and occurred even under the first President, Michael Morheim.

We have a lot of stuff going on. Its noteworthy that Jen Oneel led Vicarious Visions last year (remakes of Crash Bandicoot N.

Sane Trilogy, Tony Hawks Pro Skater 1 + 2 and Diablo II: Resurrected), however the studio became part of Blizzard and the girl was appointed vice president of production of the company. Jay Allen BrBrack himself stated that he believes in the leadership skills of new executives โ€” โ€œthey will be able to achieve Blizzards full potential.

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