World of Warcraft players participate in virtual sit-in protests in wake of Activision Blizzard lawsuit


After the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing levied a lawsuit against Activision Blizzard yesterday for allegedly mistreating women in the workplace, World of Warcraft players have participated in virtual sit-ins inside the game.

As reported by Polygon, players began gathering at the Idyllia Steps in Oribos to participate in a fundraising campaign for the non-profit organization Black Girls CODE, which is dedicated to teaching young girls about computer programming and digital technology.

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