A group of game testers from a multimillion-dollar game developer have tentatively formed the first video game union at a blockbuster video game company - a sign of the times.
The billion-dollar first person shooter franchise Call of Duty has a lot of people working on it in various capacities in order to get it ready for release every year.
Quality assurance testers at Raven Software have announced they've formed a union.
These actions follow a tumultuous year for employees at both Activision Blizzard and Raven Software.
Many video game developers have graced headlines over the past couple of years due to pervasive "crunch culture" - where employees are forced to work intense hours to get projects out the door on time.
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