Xbox boss is “evaluating all aspects” of the relationship between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard | PC gamers

The troubled Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick is still the head of the company and continues to be supported by the board of directors, which issued a statement earlier this week saying that he “remains confident in his leadership.” But now it faces pressure from a large number of employees and some very important external sources: a report earlier today revealed that Sony Interactive’s President and CEO Jim Ryan criticized Activision Blizzard’s “deep-rooted culture of discrimination. “.And harassment” in an internal email, now Bloomberg According to the report, Xbox boss Phil Spencer (Phil Spencer) has sent a similar email to Microsoft employees.

Spencer said that the Xbox leadership team was “disturbed and deeply disturbed” by Activision Blizzard’s terrible incidents and actions. This is a severe criticism of Kotick’s awareness of the company’s new allegations of widespread sexual abuse and harassment. But Spencer went further, saying that he was “evaluating all aspects of Microsoft’s relationship with Activision Blizzard” and “making continuous active adjustments,” and did not very cleverly imply that as long as the situation remains the same, the two companies The relationship between the two parties may be affected.