Regulators expand Activision Blizzard investigations into workplace issues

Federal and state regulators have expanded their investigations into Activision Blizzard Inc.’s management handling of malpractice claims, according to documents and people familiar with the investigations, as the video game giant strives to complete a planned $75 billion sale to Microsoft Corp.

The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, a state watchdog, has subpoenaed Activision directors over the company’s handling of workplace issues, according to people familiar with the case. He also subpoenaed the Los Angeles Area Police Department for all cases they have linked to longtime chief executive Bobby Kotick and 18 other current and former Activision employees, according to the people and sources. documents consulted by the Wall Street Journal.


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