If you were side-eyeing any company for being converged, this list confirms any suspicions you might have. The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has released its 2020 Corporate Equality Index survey, which is nothing more than a woke test, and it looks like top-players in the games industry like Activision Blizzard, EA, Microsoft, and Sony have passed with an A+.
With the infestation that is social justice plaguing anything it touches, the games industry now celebrates anything relegated to stuff that will land any company a free spot on the “get woke, go broke” master list.
As proof that top-players in the games industry love stuff that tank sales, we have the HRC’s latest 2020 list that gamesindustry.biz posted up, which requires the following of a company:
“The criteria include workforce policy protections covering sexual orientation and gender identity or expression, inclusive health benefits for employees and same- or different-sex spouses and transgender individuals, internal training on non-discrimination and diversity best practices, an employee diversity council, LGBTQ community outreach, and LGBTQ corporate social responsibility.”
Industrial bodies that ended up on this survey or list this year includes a total of 686 business that earned a score of 100%. Sadly, we only know of 13 that have relations to the games industry, as seen below:
- Activision Blizzard
- Dell Inc.
- Electronic Arts
- Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE)
- Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
The piece by the publication site makes mention of publishers and developers with less than “perfect scores” are not to be listed. I should also note that participation in the voluntary survey is limited to companies with 500 or more full-time U.S. employees.
In other words, if a company does not qualify to meet any of the aforesaid points, they will not visibly appear for the laymen to see.
With all of that said, Activision Blizzard, Apple, Dell Inc., Electronic Arts, Facebook, GameStop, IBM, Intel, Lenovo, Microsoft, NVIDIA, Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE), and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have passed the woke test with no stone left unturned.