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League of Legends dev Riot Games is officially under investigation for discrimination

The Verge Thursday, 13 June 2019
League of Legends dev Riot Games is officially under investigation for discriminationThe developer of the popular League of Legends game has been facing down allegations and lawsuits over what’s reportedly a toxic workplace culture, culminating in a mass walkout when the company tried to force two women into arbitration instead of having their day in court. But it now appears that the State of California has been quietly investigating the game developer as well — and that Riot hasn’t been playing ball.

The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing just announced (via Kotaku) that it’s attempting to legally force Riot to cough up employee pay data so it can see whether Riot is paying women less than men, because Riot has refused to provide that data voluntarily.

The surprising part, of course, is that we had no...
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