ABK Watch

We are workers at Activision-Blizzard who are speaking out about the toxic culture and working conditions at the company and holding company executives accountable for disrespecting and silencing us. We are demanding a voice so we can make working at the company more sustainable, equitable and safe. We care about each other and want to continue to do the work we love -- creating and supporting high-quality video games.

Worker Committee Against Sex & Gender Discrimination

The Worker Committee Against Sex & Gender Discrimination is made up of current and former Activision-Blizzard employees with the goal to address discrimination, including sexual harassment and create a safe work environment for all workers. We believe it is imperative that workers have a voice in Activision Blizzard’s anti-discrimination policies – without that, the company’s culture has gone seriously awry. And with that goal in mind, we are demanding policy and procedure changes and worker participation going forward.

Game Workers Alliance Union (CWA)

Game Workers Alliance/CWA is a union effort at Activision-Blizzard that began with a group of Raven Software Quality Assurance employees who formed a union to address address unfair working conditions, unfair compensation practices, and sexual abuse and misconduct across the company.

Despite Activision-Blizzard management's repeated attempts to prevent our union election, in May, 2022, the Raven Software Quality Assurance workers became the first group of video game workers at a major publisher to win union recognition.

The Communications Workers of America (CWA) today filed an unfair labor practice charge against Activision for discriminating and retaliating against workers at its Raven Software studio.

(Santa Monica, California) — In an effort to create a safe work environment at Activision and ensure that company management fulfills its obligations under its

(Oakland, CA) — Former Activision employee Jessica Gonzalez is appealing the $18 million sexual harassment and discrimination settlement between the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (E

(Middleton, Wis.) — Today, Quality Assurance workers at Activision’s Raven Software video game studio won their union election and will be represented by the Communications Workers

(Oakland, CA) — Former Activision employee Jessica Gonzalez is appealing the $18 million sexual harassment and discrimination settlement between the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) a

(Washington D.C) – The Communications Workers of America (CWA) has filed a second unfair labor practice charge against Activision for telling workers that they could not discuss is

(Oakland, California) - In support of game developers at Activision Blizzard King, a cross-platform gaming company based in Santa Monica, the Communications Workers of America (CWA) has formally fi