Chief legal officer Claire Hart resigns

Blizzard Entertainment continues to lose pieces, while the legal problems for Activision worsen and even go so far as to involve the CEO of the company Bobby Kotick. The latest figure to abandon ship is Claire Hart, now the company’s former chief legal officer.

The decision was made on Friday 17, however the official announcement came only today through Hart’s Linkedin page, who had served for three years within Blizzard.

“After more than three years at Blizzard Entertainment, I have decided to move on to my next adventure. Friday was my last day,” is what we read in the announcement. “The past three years have been filled with unexpected twists and turns, but I feel honored to have worked and met so many great people at Blizzard and the various Activision Blizzard businesses. I’ll take a short break before making my next move. Stay. tune in! “.

While it seems more than a coincidence that yet another abandonment comes after allegations of harassment and discrimination within Activision-Blizzard, Hart has not mentioned the matter in any way in his statements. We will see if there will be further implications in this regard in the coming days.

Although in a particularly tumultuous period, Blizzard continues to work on its new projects, in addition to the already known Overwatch 2, Diablo 4, Diablo 2 Resurrected and Diablo Immortal.