The announcement comes from the ABK Workers Alliance.
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The group of Activision Blizzard employees known as the ABK Worker's Alliance, have announced that they will be striking against their employer. The group says that they will cease working until their demands are met. This move comes shortly after the Activision owned Raven Software had their QA department stage a walkout earlier this week following a contentious round of layoffs.

The ABK Worker's Alliance made their intent to strike announcement through the ABetterABK Twitter account. They say they will be striking and they "encourage (their) peers in the Game Industry to stand with (them) in creating lasting change."

The tweet also includes a link to a Gofundme page which should allow supporters to offer financial donations to those that are striking. At the time of this posting, the fun has already raised over $143,000 (USD) in support.

This announcement of a more prolonged strike comes after months of walkouts and protests by current and former employees. Activision Blizzard has been working through a massive sexual misconduct and discrimination lawsuit brought on by the state of California. One of the demands from the ABK Workers Alliance is that Activision Blizzard's Bobby Kotick is removed as CEO. However, the board of directors continues to support Kotick and Kotick himself has no plans to step down from his position.