Activision Blizzard CEO Wants to Make the Company One of the Best, Most Inclusive Places to Work

Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick issued another statement today, following the announcement of an SEC investigation into the company.

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Orchard546d ago

Did he attach his resignation to the press release?

RaiderNation546d ago

Best...comment...ever! Lmao!

RaidenBlack546d ago

On the other hand ...
Acti , just make CoD biannual and let Raven do their own thing like they used to do before.

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Godmars290546d ago

Naw, just a signed request - by him and for him - for a bonus for making the statement.

-Foxtrot545d ago

Wonder if this is because he's being investigated now

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dbcoops546d ago

Inclusion at the cost of qualification.

Knightofelemia546d ago (Edited 546d ago )

If I had the talent and know how to make games EA and Activision would be the very last names on my list to apply to for a job.

PapaBop546d ago

To be honest, most people in games development work for small studios making mobile games, working for EA or Activision would be like winning the lottery for most people. You'd need to have some talent and one hell of a portfolio to turn down such a position.

Knightofelemia546d ago (Edited 546d ago )

Sure work for a small studio get bought by EA get closed down and have to look for a new job or get forced to quit by EA. Pretty shitty lottery that is how EA is working for one of Sony's studios would be winning the lottery.

ColtPSSX546d ago


Your scenario is very slim. Like very slim lol
Kind of reaching. If it pays the bills why not work there for awhile.

medman546d ago (Edited 546d ago )

For some people perhaps, but I don't believe for most. The truth is, as it is in many industries, oftentimes the large corporations pay the least, as it is considered a resume builder for many people, who don't want to work in the high pressure environment for long to avoid burnout.

I work in the medical field, and hospitals like Yale, Weill Cornell/NY Presbyterian, Beth Israel Deaconess etc etc often pay less than many smaller hospitals, because the big research hospitals know that getting experience at some of those places is so valuable, because you will see cases and have access to equipment and treatments that you simply won't see at most hospitals. It opens doors to other opportunities, and many of the big game developers function similarly. Put in your time and move on to more lucrative, less stressful/less time demanding opportunities.

frostypants545d ago

LOL. I hope everyone at least agree on this point.

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