The American Software and Game Association ESA — the organizer of E3 — supported Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo, concerned about harassment and discrimination in Activision Blizzard. Interesingly, in a comment for GamesIndustry. biz, the ESA representative did not directly point to Bobby Kotik, although it is obvious who is talking about here.
The statement says: Harassment, humiliation or ill-treatment of any kind in the workplace is unacceptable and must be suppressed. When such situations arise, the victims must be heard.
Any accusation must be thoroughly investigated. Recall, the other day, the media reported that Bobby Kotik allows the possibility of leaving Activision Blizzard if he can not solve the problems inside the company in Meanwhile, accusations of gender discrimination have already been made against Sony itself, specifically the PlayStation subdivision.
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