Ever since the lawsuit against Activision Blizzard alleging sexual harassment and discrimination was filed on July 22, it's safe to say several developments have occurred. To help you (and us) keep track of what's happened (so far), we've compiled a list of events below.
Blizzard's J. Allen Brack has stepped down from his position as President of Blizzard today as revealed on Blizzard's site. Jen Oneal and Mike Ybarra (the latter formerly of Microsoft) will now head the studio.
In the wake of allegations that Activision Blizzard fostered an environment that saw a "bro culture" be allowed to flourish at the company, Blizzard's president J. Allen Brack sent a memo to employees, calling the allegations "extremely troubling."
Earlier today, Blizzard president J Allen Brack announced via a new YouTube video that the company's upcoming BlizzConline will be free for all to watch online.
Blizzard President J. Allen Brack has issued a statement regarding Black Lives Matter, outlining past and future actions.
Days after Mike Morhaime lamented that World of Warcraft has become less social, Blizzard's President J. Allen Brack remarked in the Q1 2020 Earnings Call that WoW is actually, "a very social experience."