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Women of Treyarch say inclusive working environment is “our highest priority” • Eurogamer.net

Women of Treyarch say inclusive working environment is “our highest priority” • Eurogamer.net

Treyarch’s women have released a statement declaring that they are committed to creating a safe, diverse, and inclusive workplace.

The statement was published on the Treyarch twitter account earlier in the week.

It states that “Our goal as studio is to create awesome games for everyone to enjoy.” Treyarch’s people make it possible to pursue this goal. We are a team of creative professionals who are smart, talented and eager to do their best.

“Our culture is not conducive to harassment, sexism or racism, bigotry and discrimination, or bullying. As we move forward, our top priority will be to provide a safe, diverse, and inclusive work environment for all so that everyone can thrive.

Treyarch has a deep passion for video games and the magic they can bring to life. This is a moment that counts and it starts with being better.

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Although the statement was posted on Treyarch’s official account, it is now clear that it was written by women who work at the studio.

Treyarch’s stated that “The women of Treyarch organized the statement writing and publication.” Miranda DueHe is a member of the production team. “We are those who have been most affected by the events and we are working for a better future. We are trying our best, but we need support.

Treyarch women have also contributed to other responses.

“Happy Treyarch have finally issued the statement. This is not a PR stunt. It is a sincere, heartfelt statement by the women of Treyarch,” stated senior game designer. Joanna Leung.

“We understand your frustrations about all the goings-on. Trust me, we are also frustrated by all the goings-on. While we can list all of our initiatives to make Treyarch better, actions speak louder then words. This is our first move. Let’s see what we can do, and what changes we can make.

“This journey is going be hard and I’m proud for all those who took up the responsibility to improve the conditions at Treyarch. This will be an ongoing process and may seem slow at first, but please be patient with me.”

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Production coordinator Avani JainAlso tweeted: “Having voice and feeling like you can make a difference is one of the reasons that I work for Treyarch. Although this statement is overdue, it’s a good start. While I’m disappointed with the past, I believe that we can create a better future.

The ABetterABK group also expressed their gratitude.

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