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Activision Blizzard finds ‘no evidence’ of widespread misconduct at Activision Blizzard

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Activision Blizzard (opens in new tab) says that an investigation conducted by Activision Blizzard has found no evidence of systemic gender-based misconduct at Activision Blizzard, or that Activision Blizzard management “intentionally ignored or attempted to downplay” incidents of harassment at Activision Blizzard  when they occurred. 

The conclusion was shared by the company’s board of directors in a June 16 filing (opens in new tab) with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. It begins by stating that “the allegations in media and legal filings about our company were as distressing to us as they were to all of you,” and obliquely acknowledges that there have been some instances of workplace misconduct. The filing also says, however, that individual experience does not necessarily reflect the larger picture, and points at “progressively stronger, more decisive and coordinated steps” it has taken, including leadership changes, to address shortcomings and better reflect the diversity of its audience.

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