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Over 1200 Activision Blizzard Employees Sign Petition Demanding CEO Bobby Kotick Quit

The ABK Workers Alliance, a group of Activision Blizzard workers formed in response to the company’s treatment of its employees, began circulating a petition earlier today for anyone working at the publisher’s studios and offices to sign. It has now been endorsed by over 1200 workers.

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This isn’t a random anonymous petition we’re talking about here; this is a public record where each worker puts their name and studio on the line in support of a statement condemning the actions of CEO Bobby Kotick, and demanding his immediate resignation.

The statement the signatures are in support of reads:

At time of publishing, there have been 1211 signatures, which is roughly 12% of Activision Blizzard’s total workforce. While that figure seems low given the extent of the deeds being protested here, the fact workers are putting their names to it, and potentially their jobs and careers on the line in doing so, actually makes it a very impressive figure.

In response to public support of those taking part, ABK Workers Alliance have also made a public petition that fans can sign in solidarity. Its statement reads:

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