Activision Blizzard’s French office is mainly responsible for its news release, localization, customer support and marketing in Europe, with 400 employees in 2019. In early 2020, however, 134 jobs were laid off in the office, casting a shadow over the prospects here. < p > < p > an anonymous source contacted the media, and it was revealed that Activision snow plains planned to relocate the French office staff to the London office, but they abandoned the plan after receiving the impact of the new crown epidemic and the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. At present, it is not clear where these employees will go next, and Activision has not responded to media questions. < / P > < p > earlier this year, an investment group on behalf of Activision Blizzard shareholders raised doubts that CEO Bob Kotick was overpaid. Kotick explained to the SEC that they have “multiple reward rules” so they can “bite more on apple” and earn a lot more than CEOs of other companies in the industry. < p > < p > Activision Blizzard announced a “record” financial report before, followed by a series of layoffs. The company’s profitability seems to be inversely proportional to the survival of the employees who are really responsible for developing the game. And an internal table leaked in August showed that there was a huge difference in the income of the company’s top executives and those responsible for QA and customer support. < / P > < p > Activision Blizzard has been in this situation since 2018, laying off 800 employees, accounting for 8% of the total number of employees. And it was just after celebrating the record annual revenue that the layoffs were announced. Global Tech