After the unexpected resignation of the co-leader, Blizzard’s morale took a hit

On Tuesday, Activision Blizzard announced its financial results for the period, including the discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuit filed in California in July and its direct consequences. The headline news from investors is that the company’s year-end revenue outlook was weaker than analysts’ expectations, but it exceeded the third quarter’s expectations with a net income of US$2.07 billion, with the help of Diablo 2: Resurrection. improve.

However, finance felt like a secondary topic of the conference call, because the leaders of Activision Blizzard reiterated plans to comprehensively reform recruitment and human resource practices, and surprised employees to learn Blizzard co-leader Jen Oneal will step downThe resignation was shocking, and according to some people, when Blizzard began to improve, its morale took a hit.