Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord / Forums / Telegram Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has had repercussions throughout the world, but it is the Ukrainian citizens who are experiencing the worst situation due to the war actions that continue to take place. The list of companies that have offered support to Ukraine is many and Activision Blizzard has just joined them. As we have told you in recent days, the war that Russia began to invade Ukraine has caused companies from the entertainment world to announce measures to support Ukrainian civilians who are in the midst of the conflict.
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Activision Blizzard also supports Ukraine
Among the video game companies that have already spoken about it are Sony and Microsoft. Activision Blizzard is the one that has just joined by announcing that it has been keeping an eye on “news from Ukraine and the humanitarian crisis that is developing and worsening.” In a press release sent to Activision Blizzard employees (which was released publicly), the company’s chief operating officer, Daniel Alegre, mentioned that the company is committed to helping affected people and “providing support in any way possible.” “.
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Activision Blizzard announced sanctions for Russia
That’s not all, as the company announced measures against Russia for starting the armed attack. One of the most important is the suspension of “new sales” of games, which also include intra-title transactions on Russian territory. Like Apple and other companies, Activision Blizzard will be doubling employee donations to organizations that support the Ukrainian region. At the time of publishing the release, $300,000 USD had already been raised and more charities are expected to be added, apart from the increase in the duplication limit, from $1,000 USD to $10,000 USD, which means that each employee will be able to donate up to $10,000 USD and Activision Blizzard will take another $10,000 USD out of pocket. As part of the humanitarian aid that it will offer, Activision Blizzard reported that it is doing everything possible through its support programs for employees and human resources leaders to help its employees and their families who are being affected by this conflict. The company also recognized the contributions being made by its colleagues in Poland, where volunteers have helped Ukrainian refugees. “We stand with the people of Ukraine and will provide updates on any actions we take as this crisis continues to unfold,” the executive said in the letter. What do you think of the measures Activision Blizzard took around the crisis in Ukraine? Tell us in the comments. You can find more news related to the war between Russia and Ukraine if you visit this page.
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