I grew up on Blizzard Entertainment. As soon as I came home from elementary school, I would rush to my dad’s Dell Optiplex to fumble around with Battlecruisers in “Starcraft.” When I was dealing with my parent’s divorce, I found company with my paladin in “World of Warcraft.” And in my teenage years, I met some of my best friends while putting an unhealthy amount of hours into “Overwatch.”
While my lifelong commitment to the video game company was once a point of pride, I now feel betrayed by the company that shaped me. On July 20, California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing after two years of investigation into claims of sexual harassment. The claims turned out to be true and, unfortunately, extensive.