Activision Blizzard: Petition against Bobby Kotick with 1,300 signatures from employees

Activision Blizzard and above all that Managing Director Bobby Kotick are currently no longer getting out of the negative headlines. After the big one Sexism and Harassment Scandal In the recent past, more and more direct allegations against Kotick himself have come to light. The employees are now also openly expressing their distrust.

Online petition calls for Bobby Kotick to step down

The ABK Workers Alliance, which is part of the of the sexism scandal was founded recently one Online-Petition brought to the start. Every employee who signs there openly calls for Bobby Kotick to be released from his post as CEO of Activision Blizzard his resignation. The statement reads:

“We, who have signed, no longer have faith in the leadership of Bobby Kotick as CEO of Activision Blizzard. The information that has now come to light about his conduct and practices in running our companies is contrary to the culture of Integrity we need from leadership, which is in direct conflict with the initiatives our colleagues have launched. We demand that Bobby Kotick leave his position as CEO of Activision Blizzard and that shareholders be allowed to unite elect a new managing director without the involvement of Kotick, who has a significant share of the shareholders’ votes. “

How many signatures does the petition already have?

Have at current times more than 1,300 employees signed the petition by name. As the overview reveals, these come from various development studios that operate under the umbrella of Activision Blizzard. These include, among other things Blizzard Entertainment, High Moon Studios, Demonware, Raven Software, Treyarch and Activision’s publishing arm.

Those: Online-Petition

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