Sued for Sexual Harassment, Blizzard Entertainment President Resigns

 


J. Allen Brack, President of Blizzard Entertainment, finally decided to resign. This is due to a sexual harassment-related lawsuit that dragged his name down recently.
His departure was announced via an article on the Blizzard blog, which said that Jen Oneal, former leader of Vicarious Visions and Mike Ybarra Mike, former Xbox executive, were replacing key roles as Blizzard’s future leader.).



Both are committed to creating the safest and friendliest work environment for women or any background. This is done, to uphold and reinforce the company’s values ​​and rebuild fan trust.



Jean and Mike reportedly have more than three decades of experience in the gaming industry. They will both share responsibility for the development and operation of Blizzard Entertainment’s games.



“I am confident that Jen Oneal and Mike Ybarra will provide Blizzard’s leadership with the leadership needed to realize its full potential and will accelerate change,” Brack wrote.



Brack himself has taken over the top spot at Blizzard since 2018. Previously, he led the development of the popular game, World of Warcraft.







The team includes the only person, Alex Afrasiabi, who was specifically named in a California Department of Employment and Fair Housing (DFEH) lawsuit over sexual harassment.



Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick apologized for discrimination based on gender, sexual harassment and other issues. Because he and the team don’t provide the right empathy and understanding.



This promises fast action and good change in the long run, at Activision Blizzard. This begins with a review of policies, procedures and promoting a respectful and inclusive workplace atmosphere.
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