Activision Blizzard | A Letter From CEO Bobby Kotick to All Employees

Activision-Blizzard CEO Robert "Bobby" Kotick has issued an official statement regarding the alleged sexual harassment allegations against the giant publisher.

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Jin_Sakai603d ago

Only when this kind of news becomes mainstream do they pretend to listen.

Kerppamaister603d ago

Their share dropped 8.4%, that's why they "listen". When the news broke a couple of days ago, their share rose like 1.2%, so they remained silent.

XxSPIDEYxX603d ago

Poor Bobby clearly heard about the walkout that's supposed to happen today (Wednesday). His poor Millions!

Bobertt603d ago

Why are they removing in game content?

porkChop603d ago

I noticed that. Not sure what content or games they're referring to though, as I hadn't previously seen any such complaints.

Kran603d ago (Edited 603d ago )

They're removing content based on blizzard Devs known to have been sexually harassing staff or other bad behaviours, such as "Field Marshal Afrasiabi" , based on Alex Afrasiabi.

neutralgamer1992603d ago (Edited 603d ago )

This statement is here because the shares had a big drop and now all of the sudden he cares and wants to show that he understands

Kran603d ago

I have never disliked a CEO more than Bobby. He absolutely needs to resign, but he'd rather continue to be the face of Activision Evil with all the money he gets than resign.

ForNgoods603d ago

If the shareholders and board of directors knows what's good for them, they'd take actions to have him removed right now as this might be their best opportunity to do so.

fr0sty602d ago

We keep buying his games. Until that stops, he won't.

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