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Activision Blizzard appoints Oneal, Ybarra to lead studio as Brack steps down

Wednesday 4 August 2021 | 08:34 CET | News
US-based gaming company Activision Blizzard appointed Jen Oneal and Mike Ybarra as co-leaders of its studio Blizzard Entertainment. They replace J. Allen Brack who will be stepping down as the head of the studio. Brack's departure comes just two weeks after a US lawsuit accused the company of widespread sexual harassment and workplace discrimination.

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Countries: United States / World
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