"100 days, zero demands met."
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A new petition penned by current and former Ubisoft employees, under the collective name of ABetterUbisoft, has started to circulate after demands made back in August went ignored by upper management.

This new petition comes after Ubisoft management seemingly ignored an open letter that was written by the group back in August. That letter was signed by over 1,000 Ubisoft employees and offered support to the walkout and actions taken by Activision Blizzard staff. The letter from Ubisoft employees was made in response to the ongoing harassment allegations taking place within Ubisoft. The letter also demanded that Ubisoft try to do more to end this abuse.

A tweet sent out by ABetterUbisoft says, "you disappoint us, M. Guillemot. 100 days, zero demands met. Surely you can do better than this." A separate tweet outlines some of the key demands that the group wants to see implemented.

Though the petition is led by current and former Ubisoft staff, the group says that the petition is open to anybody that "who supports the #ABetterUbisoft campaign." When signing the petition, you can note if you are signing as a player, fan, or Ubisoft employee. You can also sign the petition anonymously if you desire.

On the other side of the same coin is Activision Blizzard. They recently announced a new "zero-tolerance" harassment policy. This was announced as part of a statement by Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick who outlined a number of changes and also announced a significant pay cut.