T-Mobile allegedly ended its contract with "Call of Duty" and "Overwatch," popular titles published by Activision Blizzard Inc., an American video game holding company mainly based in Santa Monica, California.
This is currently a big deal since T-Mobile is one of the biggest sponsors of the giant game developer. However, Activision Blizzard is currently facing a lawsuit because of sexual harassment accusations within its workplace.
Critics and other game experts claimed that this could be the main reason why the telecommunication firm decided to leave the company. Right now, various reliable sources are reporting that the logo of T-Mobile no longer appears on the main web pages f "Call of Duty League (CDL), as well as on "Overwatch."
However, the company still appeared on these websites last July 21. On the other hand, T-Mobile is also absent from the "Overwatch League Perks" program.
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According to TechSpot's latest report, the giant telecommunications company was also missing during the recent Stage V Major Tournament. On the other hand, some rumors claimed that the logo of T-Mobile seems to be absent from New York Subliners players' jerseys.
However, the individuals still manage to taped their own T-Mobile logos.
Broadcast segments during the mentioned events also didn't flash the telecommunication branding during commercials and other intervals. However, you still need to remember that T-Mobile still hasn't released any statement regarding the allegations.
On the other hand, it also hasn't commented if the disappearance of its branding from Activision's games was due to the game developer's harassment accusations.
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"I am confident that Jen Oneal and Mike Ybarra will provide the leadership Blizzard needs to realize its full potential and will accelerate the pace of change," said Brack.
"I anticipate they will do so with passion and enthusiasm and that they can be trusted to lead with the highest levels of integrity and commitment to the components of our culture that make Blizzard so special," he added.
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Written by: Griffin Davis