Blizzard employees also disagree with the company's activities
It turns out that players are not only solidarizing with Chung "blitzchung" Ng Wai – suspended player of "Hearthstone" from Hong Kong. Blizzard employees also expressed what they think about the whole thing. At the manufacturer's headquarters in California, Irvine, they covered two boards representing the values that guide the company. Postcards stuck by employees obscured the words "Think globally" and "Every voice matters" ("every voice matters"). This morning they both looked like the following tweet:
Not everyone at Blizzard agrees with what happened.
Both the "Think Globally" and "Every Voice Matters" values have been covered up by incensed employees this morning. pic.twitter.com/I7nAYUes6Q
– Kevin Hovdestad (@lackofrealism) October 8, 2019
The plates surround the Orc Statue – a monument depicting Thrall, Horde Chief of "World of Warcraft." The monument was created in 2007.
Both players and Blizzard employees disagree with recent company activities. It's about the case in which the manufacturer suspended for a year a Hong Kong player who during the interview shouted the words "Let's free Hong Kong is a revolution of our time." Since the announcement of the controversial decision, existing brand fans have begun deleting their accounts from the battlenet and giving up paid subscriptions. Jacek Tomczyk writes more about the whole matter >>
Blizzard suspended Hearthstone