Day: July 12, 2020

July 12, 2020 Off

Daily Deals: Free AC Valhalla w/ Ryzen Purchase, Dell Store Wide Sale

By tracy

Hello Saturday readers. The big deals online this weekend are happening at Dell, who are hosting a Black Friday in July sale. However, if you’re about to build your own PC, check out the awesome new deal coming from Newegg, where you can buy a Ryzen CPU and receive Assassin’s Creed Valhalla for free. Dell, for the first time ever has discounted the new 2020 Alienware Aurora R11 gaming desktop. Score one with 10th gen Intel Core i7 processor and RTX 2080 SUPER video card for under $1700. There are plenty of gaming PCs, gaming laptops, and gaming monitors to choose from and we’ve listed the best deals below.

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Dell Gaming PCs

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Dell Gaming Laptops

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Dell Gaming Monitors

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July 12, 2020 Off

Three Top Ubisoft Executives Step Down Following Sexual Misconduct and Toxic Culture Allegations

By tracy

Following the recent sexual misconduct and toxic culture allegations at Ubisoft, three of its executives – Chief Creative Officer Serge Hascoët, Ubisoft Canadian studios head Tannis Mallat, and Global Head of HR Cécile Cornet, have stepped down from their roles.As reported by GamesIndustry.Biz, these three stepped down “following the initiation of a rigorous review that the company initiated in response to recent allegations and accusations of misconduct and inappropriate behavior.”

Hascoët, according to a report in the French newspaper Liberation, was specifically named as “playing a central role in the company’s culture problems, with one source saying the executive has ‘the most toxic behavior in the whole business.'”

Ubisoft’s CEO and co-founder Yves Guillemot said in a statement that he is “committed to implementing profound changes across the company to improve and strengthen our workplace culture.”

“Ubisoft has fallen short in its obligation to guarantee a safe and inclusive workplace environment for its employees,” said Ubisoft CEO and co-founder Yves Guillemot. “This is unacceptable, as toxic behaviors are in direct contrast to values on which I have never compromised – and never will. I am committed to implementing profound changes across the company to improve and strengthen our workplace culture.