Bobby Kotick has to go? Already over 1,300 Activision-Blizzard employees want their boss fired

Bobby Kotick faces a serious problem. Successive employees of Activision-Blizzard do not agree that the CEO will lead the corporation and demand the resignation of the boss from the most important position in the company responsible for the Call of Duty brand.

Last week, new information came out about harassment at Activision and Blizzard, and workers went on strike. The events presented by the journalists of The Wall Street Journal are so shocking that even Phil Spencer and Jim Ryan decided to take the floor. Subsequently, the Call of Duty ad disappeared from the PlayStation site.

As it turns out More than 1,300 Activision-Blizzard employees have already signed a petition calling on Bobby Kotik to resign. The representatives of the studio emphasize that “They no longer trust” to his leadership.

It should be noted that over 1,000 employees provided their real data with their names, surnames and even the departments they work for, however, some people chose to remain anonymous – possibly out of fear that they would be fired or even blacklisted in the industry.

The situation was commented on by shareholders who also called on the boss to step down, but the group is modest – they own only 1% of the entire Activision-Blizzard.


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