Raven Software QA Forms 34 Person Union, Demands Recognition

34 QA testers at Raven Software, a subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, have established one of the first AAA unions in the North American videogame industry.

1/22/2022 12:56:00 AM

Do you know what they call a flock of 34 QA testers banding together? A union. A murder would be more fun but they're a union and I guess that's pretty cool too.

34 QA testers at Raven Software, a subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, have established one of the first AAA unions in the North American videogame industry.

Call of Duty: Warzone, have unionized. The 34 worker team has taken the name Game Workers Alliance Union, and have asked Activision to publicly acknowledge their union status. The union itself is part of the Communications Workers of America, the largest union in the American media industry.

The call for unionization has spread among the videogame industry as of late, and indie developer Vodeo Games shattered the glass ceiling when they became thein North America back in December.Even before unionizing, the workers of Raven Software made news by

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