Tencent suspended its global manager of the Arena of Valor community, Nick Zasowski, after widespread accusations of sexual harassment on Twitter.
Numerous allegations surfaced after the HP Omen partnership leader John Sylvester posted several pictures on Twitter detailing alleged inappropriate message exchanges between Zasowski and two anonymous women.
The talks in question are said to have involved Zasowski sending unsolicited photos to the women, both visibly distressed.
Someone I thought I knew for the past 6 years has been sending unsolicited sexual photos to women. When one of them posted about it, a number of other women, friends of mine, said he'd done the same to them. I'm so fucking disappointed and angry. Fuck you, @nickzazzer. pic.twitter.com/Ng1SQ8EUOt
— John @ home (@OldManKaidan) September 3, 2018
After the tweet, many other women came forward to share similar disagreements with Zasowski.
One of them was Doghead Simulations marketing director Amber Osborne, who shared a conversation with Zasowski that unfolded in a similar way to the previous ones.
As the subject became viral, questions were raised as to whether Tencent was aware of what was happening. In response, True Communications senior game director Will Power decided to make sure the issue was being addressed.
Then an official account of the Arena of Valor answered the subject in a Reddit topic for the game saying: “We are aware of the situation, and the individual is suspended until a full investigation.”
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