The gaming company develops billion-dollar franchises including ‘World of Warcraft,’ ‘Overwatch,’ and ‘Diablo.’
Twenty-eight workers at Activision Blizzard’s Raven Software have become the first of the company’s 10,000 employees to unionize.
Workers at the Activision Blizzard subsidiary Raven say they’re still in favor of unionizing despite the company’s pleas.
The workers at the “Call of Duty” developer are now taking their fight to the National Labor Relations Board.
The tech giant will become the third-largest company in gaming, after China’s Tencent and Sony.
Meanwhile, Xbox’s boss has spoken out against Activision and nonprofit Girls Who Code has severed ties with the company.
Activision Blizzard workers are demanding that Kotick step down while the board has reiterated its support for the CEO.
A “Wall Street Journal” investigation reveals Kotick’s spotty history of handling sexual harassment matters and questions his leadership skills.
Bobby Kotick has announced initiatives to help clamp down on sexual harassment and discrimination at the game titan.
This isn’t the suit the state of California filed in July. There’s another one.
The studio will now be led by Jen Oneal and Mike Ybarra.
Read the text of a letter that current and former Activision Blizzard employees sent to company management.
The game giant has a damaging “frat boy” company culture, says a state agency.
Pay at the game developer reportedly ranges from $30 million to almost minimum wage.
Instead of toilet paper, stock up on pajamas because we’re all going to be working from home soon!
Activision Blizzard just had the best year in its history. So why did they announce mass layoffs?
Blizzard Activision’s hit game Overwatch is celebrating its second anniversary with a stop-motion makeover.
Netflix’s new animated series include shows based on the graphic novel “Hilda,” the videogame Skylanders, and the Dreamworks feature “Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron.”