Because this particular story hits on everything I write about (video game news, rampant sexism, trans rights, fascists campaigning to have good people fired) I have been following the aftermath of
The Polygon article in the replies there is also worth a read on this.
You may have seen me passing along a few things from a
What really makes this incident special though is that this
Rather than really crack down and investigate this further, my understanding is that Riot has instead decided to resolve any internal hostility within the company by... firing the employee whose family is under
Hopefully, justice is eventually served here, but in the meantime, I'd strongly
And if anyone wants to commission a proper article from me here, it gets even worse.
Note that another employee was fired for standing up for him,
The Kotaku article on the Riot firing doesn't seem to mention the staff involvement in the harassment, but that