The Destiny 2 maker is the first in the games industry to pledge action following the recent domestic terrorist attack in New York.
The goal is to keep discussions about mental health in the games industry in the spotlight. Charity manager Sarah Sorrell talks to GameDaily about the initiative.
Martinez's role will involve revamping the culture at Blizzard as the company seeks to course-correct following last year's sexual harassment scandal.
Contractors report increased workloads and no path to promotion despite Nintendo's rising profits.
A statement outlines actions taken to create a "respectful, welcoming and supportive studio."
If a supermajority is reached, the Games Workers Alliance will be an officially recognized union.
The outspoken investment group claims "Microsoft's offer fails to properly value Activision."
The appointment of Hines comes amid a host of legal troubles for the embattled company.