More Activision Blizzard Workers file for union

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Nearly 60 video game employees at Activision Blizzard said Tuesday they have filed for union representation, according to reports. A report from Bloomberg.

Workers at Boston-based video game studio Proletariat, which was bought by Activision Blizzard earlier this year, said they are organizing with the Communications Workers of America to form a union that includes “designers, animators, engineers, producers and quality assurance workers.” If successful, Bloomberg says, it would be the first union at Activision Blizzard to include employees outside of quality assurance. The union’s efforts represent the third push for organizing the company has seen this year. Organize Raven software In January and employees of Blizzard Albany Vote for the union earlier this month

Activision Blizzard employees continued to organize despite the company’s alleged threats. Determined by the National Labor Relations Board in May in violation of the National Labor Relations Act, or NLRA, which states that it is illegal for employers to interfere with or discourage employees who seek to organize a union.

The Video Game Workers Union’s efforts coincide with the Federal Trade Commission Trying to block Microsoft from buying Activision Blizzard for $69 billion, arguing that the merger It hurts the competition Among video game console manufacturers

Activision Blizzard did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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