Wow will Remove Inappropriate References Following

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What References were Removed from WoW?

Blizzard has responded to calls from the community to remove references to three former employees from World of Warcraft. A representative from the company confirmed that references to Jesse McCree, Luis Barriga, and Jonathan LeCraft are being removed or changed via hotfixes.

What's Going on with World of Warcraft Lawsuit?

Game Maker Activision Blizzard Will Pay $18 Million In A Deal With The EEOC The game giant behind Call of Duty and World of Warcraft settled with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission after the agency filed a civil rights lawsuit over the company's culture.

What did Blizzard do Harassment?

According to Bloomberg Law, the agency accused the company of promoting a “'frat boy' culture” that put female employees in the crosshairs. While women only made up approximately 20% of Activision Blizzard's employee population, they experienced “constant sexual harassment, unequal pay, and retaliation..

Is World of Warcraft Inappropriate?

NOT for kids. This game is packed with violence.

World of Warcraft Developers Pledge to Remove In-game ...

In the wake of Activision Blizzard's lawsuit for alleged widespread sexual harassment and discrimination, World of Warcraft's developers issued a statement that said it will be stripping out in-game references that are "not appropriate for [the game]"— most likely meaning NPCs and items related to former creative ...

What in Game Content is Blizzard Removing?

A small but meaningful change is coming in the 9.1. 5 update.

World of Warcraft Will Remove Inappropriate References From ...