Activision’s Tony Hawk Studio provides syndication

Blizzard Albany, the studio formerly known as Vicarious Visions recognized Tony HawkThere’s a new development team at Activision offering it union. There were about 20 quality control workers who stood for union election before the National Labor Relations Board (NLBR) and confirmed their membership in the Game Workers Alliance with the thread above.

As the Washington Post reports, these quality control employees asked Activision Blizzard management voluntarily admits their relationship last friday.

“I firmly believe that the union will give us the necessary strength Improve our workplaceAmanda Laven, associate test analyst at Blizzard Albany, said in a statement to US media. “It’s very exciting to go public and I hope I can inspire others the way Raven has inspired us, Starbucks and Amazon and all the unions that have come before us.”

“Raven was a great inspiration for us”– says Laven. “Looking at their process, it was demystifying to see how they do it in the first place and understand how things are going and how the company can respond … how things are and what problems they’ve run into.”

Although Raven initially experienced a similar situation after being rejected by Activision, they managed to establish their connection thanks to NLBR, which merged with Activision last April with the support of Blizzard Projects, as it happened. Diablo II is resurrected.

In the event, Activision released a statement to Kotaku stressing that its top priority is “keeping our employees safe.” “We deeply respect every employee’s right under the law to make their own decisions about whether or not to join a union.” We believe that a direct relationship between a company and its employees is the most productive. The company will issue a public and official response to the NLRB’s request.”

Microsoft, which is in the process of acquiring Activison Blizzard, has been favorable about the merger and it doesn’t seem like it will be a problem, but we’ll be following the next steps.

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