Does Candy Crush Soda really support Women's rights?
Candy Crush Soda is owned by Activision Blizzard
Blizzard Activision has been quite a disappointment in recent years. First, it was hit by a lawsuit filed by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing back in July 2021, and then again in September, this time by the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission following multiple allegations of sexual harassment, discrimination, and workplace misconduct. In between that, its own staff also filed a complaint too, alleging that the company used intimidation and “coercive tactics” to stifle staff trying to improve working conditions. On top of that Blizzard Activision's response has been underwhelming at best. its CEO, who reportedly knew about the sexual misconduct all along, has refused to resign, and is finding any possible excuse to cover up the scandal and deflect any responsibility. If you do care about women's rights, we strongly recommend you don't play any Blizzard Activision's game and send this company a strong message.
What the hell has happened at Activision and why should you care?
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