Activision Blizzard, Inc., previously called Activision, Inc. (NASDAQ: ATV), is a US video game firm that has Activision (Designer of the Telephone Call of Responsibility Legend, Guitar Hero, Tony Hawk as well as Slanders to name a few) and Blizzard Entertainment (Developers by Globe of Warcraft, Diablo, Star craft, Overwatch amongst others). Since its blend in 2008 as well as subsequent purchase by Tencent Holdings, Activision Blizzard has come to be one of the most important Third-Party for the USA and worldwide, accomplishing a market capitalization of 49 billion dollars.

The chief of PlayStation, Jim Ryan, had criticized the Group Activision Blizzard (Call of Duty, Wow, Diablo) a week ago, as they deal with their sexism crisis. Now a former employee of Sony in California claimed complaint against her former employer. She feels treated unfairly due to her sex.

That’s the situation:

With Activision Blizzard, there has been a sexism scandal since 2021. A Californian authority had sued the Group because women are allegedly paid and treated worse than men.
In the last few weeks, the conflict is raised again, as allegations against the CEO of the Group, Bobby Kick, loud. The board has placed in a statement but behind the Group boss.
Now a former employee has charged very similar allegations against Sony.

Sony showed deeply worried about operations at Activision Blizzard

The PlayStation boss to Kick: The website Bloomberg has seen an internal e-mail from PlayStation boss Jim Ryan, in which he responded to an accusing article of Wall Street Journals via the reaction of Activision Blizzard.

In the mail it means Sony immediately reported on Activision, expressed his deep concern and asked how they think about reacting to the allegations in the article.

It also means in the mail, you do not believe that the statements have been the right reaction to react to the situation.

WIR have dealt in a podcast in detail with the situation around the CEO of Activision Blizzard:

Analyzer says she was overturned and terminated in carriage

This is the lawsuit against Sony: An IT security analyst, Emma Major, worked for Sony PlayStation. As the side of Axis reports, she has filed a lawsuit on Monday, it was discriminated against due to her gender and be terminated by law because she has joined the discrimination against women at Sony.

She is now trying to convince the court of extending her case to a class action against Sony PlayStation.

It says:

Sony discrimination employees in payment and carriage. The women at Sony are forced to work in a working culture, which was determined by men.

PlayStation Boss SLAMS Activision-Blizzard, While Staff Confidence Is SHATTERED.
Its concrete allegations belongs that a manager ignored them and answered only men. It was passed over when transported and dismissed 2021 after it complains about the discrimination at Sony.
According to the statements of the analyst, other employees would have been difficult to promote.

Is Sony now in the same situation as Blizzard? No, that’s another category. The action against Activision Blizzard came from an authority, which has been determined for years against Activision Blizzard and has led many interviews. When the action became public, Numerous current and former Students of Blizzard expressed themselves on Twitter who made it clear that the action was on the action.

The lawsuit against Sony currently hardly beaten waves. Nevertheless, of course, it remains to be seen to whom judgment the court comes in the case of action.

MeinMMo-editor-in-chief Day Minkowski has dealt with the location of Bobby Kick in a column:

When Bobby Kick is not going now, Activision Blizzard will lose more talents