The COVID-19 pandemic has halted public demonstrations, so protesters are taking their cause to Animal Crossing.
"...we as platforms should be neutral."
Blitzchung reflects on the last few months, as he prepares to return to competition.
Brack apologized, but didn't change the company's stance despite protest.
The wayward company has a chance to set its tone for the future, for better or worse.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Blizzard's ban on Hearthstone player Blitzchung catches the ire of Republicans and Democrats alike.
A bipartisan letter from U.S. lawmakers urges Blizzard to correct course.
American University's players have received some late judgment.
The Nintendo New York event has been abruptly cancelled.
Blitzchung does wish Blizzard would reconsider its position on the casters, however.
Both Blitzchung and the two commentators have had their suspension halved.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Activision Blizzard has always been a vigorous advocate for freedom of expression.
Protests against Blizzard's ruling might have the company rethinking its stance.
Supporters are making fan art of Mei supporting the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.
After suspending a player for pro-Hong Kong statements made on-air, Blizzard is under noticeable scrutiny.
Fans are upset over Blitzchung's suspension, following his on-air support of the protests.
A tournament highlights show will be aired in October out of respect.
The national retailer is removing violent games and hunting videos, but apparently not guns.
We've been here before, and it's never worked out.
It doesn't look like video games are on the agenda, though.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | A Republican senator's loot box and pay-to-win legislation has the support of Democrats and the industry shows itself in various states of preparation for the coming fight.
Sick video games are creating sick kids says NRA speaker.
IGDA Executive Director Jen MacLean talks Trump, gun violence, and unions at GDC 2018.
Warning: You may need a hug afterwards.
STARTING SCREEN | Thoughts on the game industry's big meeting with Donald Trump, this week's upcoming games, and more.
Scenes from Call of Duty, Dead By Daylight, Wolfenstein, and more.
Opponents of video game violence at the meeting encouraged the president to be tougher on games.
All the details going into the Trump video game meeting today.
A new report reveals who's been invited to attend the meeting on video game violence in the wake of Parkland, Florida.
The President will be meeting the video game industry next week. Who specifically is unknown.
President Trump will sit with the "video game community" next week to discuss recent events.
In the wake of a mass shooting in Florida, Kentucky's governor points a finger towards violent games.
"There is no place in our society for this type of backward thinking[.]"
The Russian Ministry of Defense was quickly made fun of for the error.
Behind every Palace of Persona 5, there’s a real-world scandal.
As the 2016 presidential election finally comes to a close, we look back on Japan's optimistic take on American electoral politics.