As Activision Blizzard employees protest the company's response to allegations of "continuous sexual harassment" and workplace discrimination, Kotaku has published a report that backs up claims that a dismissed developer leased a hotel suite named after accused rapist Bill Cosby. 

The state of California previously sued the game development company as former employees turned into whistleblowers. More of them, mostly women, are coming out and are now adding claims of sexual harassment to the case.

Based on this article, the alleged victims have identified former senior creative director Alex Afrasaibi as one of the main culprits. The director and other higher-ranked individuals reportedly had a dedicated hotel suite for "informal networking" and other "activities" during the 2013 BlizzCon.

It was considered an open secret as employees, including industry insiders, were aware of the "hot spot" for hanging out with top designers. The supposedly underground networking hotel suite had turned into a fraternity of the "BlizzCon Cosby Boys Club."

Inside Activision Blizzard's 'Cosby Suite' Fraternity

Recovered Facebook photos and screenshots show what happened inside Activision Blizzard's "Cosby Suite."

Kotaku provided the incriminating photo of the rumored "Cosby Suite," with the involved individuals and other evidence.

The screenshots were from a group chat made in 2013 named "BlizzCon Cosby Crew."

"I am gathering the hot chixx for the Coz," a message sent by former company designer- David Kosak.

To which Afrasiabi replied, "Bring em," triggering a back and forth banter between the two with the last message coming from Blizzard's lead game designer Jesse McCree.

Victim statements have exposed the inner workings of the suite. Afrasiabi would harass female employees in front of male employees and supervisors. 

The "Cosby Crew," specifically Alex Afrasaibi, would then attempt to kiss and grope the women who entered the suite.
"You can't marry ALL of them Alex," Kosak continued in the group chat as his boss had made multiple attempts to force marriage on the victims.

The suite's namesake was referencing the well-known series rapist Bill Cosby.

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Netizens React to 'Cosby Suite' Scandal

Activision Blizzard and the rest of the game development industry is under fire as news spread quickly in the Twitter community.

"I'm not sure what shocks me more," said one person, who listed down everything wrong about the situation.

  This tweet called out those pointing their finger, "Stop trying to pin this on women. Start holding men accountable for doing this sh-t."

While this person just wants the company gone, "This is a clear culture, not a few individuals. Burn the whole place down."

  Some were also catching up, "The more you read and learn about the Activision Blizzard lawsuit and accusations, the more f-cked up it is."

As valid points were said, "Making rape jokes and being proud of it is bad enough, but these people are in HR or in other positions of power."

  "I wish everyone on that "Cosby Suite" picture a very pleasant sh-t their pants every day for the rest of their lives," expressed one individual.

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