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Resurfaced video shows Activision Blizzard execs on panel that joked about over-sexualized female characters

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement A video showing Activision Blizzard executives joking about over-sexualized female video game characters resurfaced this week after California sued the company , accusing the gaming giant of having a "frat boy" culture where women were routinely harassed.
The video, from 2010, shows a woman asking the executives at a panel about female characters in the online game "World of Warcraft."
"I love the fact that you have a lot of very strong female characters, however, I was wondering if we could have some that don't look like they've stepped out of a Victoria's Secret...
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