More shocking Activision Blizzard revelations: Bobby Kotick once told an assistant he wanted her killed

A new report in the Wall Street Journal describes further incidents of harassment and sexual harassment at Activision-Blizzard, some dating back to 2006. The report, which Activision characterized as “inaccurate” in its own statement today, describes Jen Oneal’s brief reign as Blizzard’s co-leader and why she left, and also includes allegations about CEO Bobby Kotick’s own behavior and how the company’s management has historically responded to such issues.

Jen Oneal var promoted to co-head of Blizzard in August 2021, making her the first woman to head one of Activision’s business units. This was widely seen as a positive step for Blizzard in the midst of these grim allegations and ugliness. A few months later, Oneal has come out as someone who has experienced this harassment himself, and announced his intention to leave: It is simply dizzying.

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