Six shareholders of Activision Blizzard have filed a lawsuit against the company they want to see in the future buy from Microsoft.
These requests are based on the fact that the purchase violates the law of pockets and values.
The first one request Kyle Watson’s interview in California. In it, Watson claims Microsoft’s purchase of Activision is “unfair for a number of reasons.” According to Watson’s lawyers, one of those reasons is that the acquisition aims to “create significant and immediate benefits for the junta and the directives.” F
Watson insists the deal between Activision and Microsoft did not seek out the best interests of shareholders, and that Activision failed to give them the information needed to make an “intelligent, informed and rational” decision.
The lawsuit also noted that Activision Blizzard “did not create an independent committee of directors dedicated to hardware to manage the purchasing process.” The rest of the requests contain similar patterns and tones.
An Activision Blizzard portal said, in response, that “we are in despair over the allegations and hope to present our case in court.”
These claims are similar to many others in which Activision Blizzard faces numerous cases of sexual harassment and workplace discrimination.