As the Raven QA strike enters its third week, Activision Blizzard shows no signs of concession

On December 6, members of the QA department of Ruiwen Software resigned to protest the company’s layoffs of 12 QA employees. Although the strike quickly attracted the support of other Activision Blizzard studios and sparked stronger unionization discussions within the company, it has apparently not received a formal response from Activision Blizzard’s senior management.

In a letter shared on the Twitter account of the ABK Workers’ Union on Tuesday, the striking workers stated that they “have no communication with the leadership” and requested that laid-off employees be provided with full-time positions.