Ubisoft reportedly places two VPs on leave as it investigates misconduct – Engadget

A Twitter thread collecting many of the reports made both anonymously and openly named many employees including those VPs and others, as well as stories from studios in Paris, Toronto and Montreal. They varied from harassment and intimidation of females in the office, animal abuse, bigotry, attack and predatory habits, as well as undesirable techniques followed by retaliation and blacklisting after a rejection. Reports about Ismail focused on unsuitable behavior with fans of the games while misleading them about his marital status.