A growing number of employees have recently left Activision Blizzard , alleging a decrease in morale and the need to embark on new opportunities.
Among the key figures who have left the company in recent months, there is also Kim Phan, Global Director of Esports for the account of a Blizzard, but apparently also other prominent members of the company have preferred to abandon their respective offices, or are planning to head elsewhere in the near future.
The items on the low moral respirerebbe in the offices of the company became more and more insistent when the Commissioner of the Overwatch League, Nate Nanzar, has left his role to find a home at Epic Games.
According to a source cited by the website Dexerto, many would be tired of interfacing with the CEO of the division Esports, Pete Vlastelica, joined Blizzard in 2016 after leaving Fox Sports. According to the information emerged, it seems that the manager has entered into a collision course with the teams involved in the management of tournaments Overwatch and Call of Duty.
“At the time, many senior managers do not understand the Esports,” said another source close to Blizzard. “But there is no room to negotiate with these people. They are convinced that their vision, more in line with the sports tv is the right way to go”. It is not clear how many people that are gone after the latest changes to the structure, but in the list provided to Dexerto there were many other names that have not been made public.