The latest information about Activision Blizzard has caused an earthquake in one of the largest companies in the sector, with small groups of shareholders and hundreds of employees asking for a change in their leadership. Such an option, until now, is not above the table, but The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) points today that its executive director, Bobby Kick, would be open to lengthen the current crisis.

According to the New Yorker newspaper, the CEO of the company would consider the resignation of it as long as the problems of toxic climate in the work environment are not solved quickly through which Activision Blizzard is being investigated. Bobby Kick slid said possibility during a meeting with Blizzard Entertainment executives. The Wall Street Journal clarifies, on the other hand, that there was no clear commitment about the resignation of him by the veteran American businessman.

Apparently, both the CEO and other managerial members had different meetings with employees last week to ensure their commitment to make Activision Blizzard one of the healthiest work environments in the industry. In this sense, Sources of the WSJ ensure that the companys executives let Kick know that Part of the staff would remain dissatisfied until he resigned.


It remains to be seen how events evolve, although this is the first time that the Executive Director becomes raising the resignation of him despite the conditions.

Bobby Kick is in the focus of criticism after the publication a week ago from a report where they claimed that the CEO of Activision Blizzard was Knowledge of the cases of sexual abuse for years. The entrepreneur responded quickly to the accusations ensuring the commitment of him to change the image of the company, but both employees and important partners such as PlayStation and Xbox have doubts.