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Ubisoft and Blizzard Entertainment began layoffs again. Yesterday it was revealed that Epic Games, the production company for Fortnite, is cutting 16% of its workforce (more than 800 employees).

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Ubisoft and Blizzard Entertainment began layoffs again.

After yesterday news broke that Epic Games, the production company for Fortnite, was cutting 16% of its workforce (more than 800 employees), some developers at Ubisoft and Blizzard Entertainment also said they too lost their jobs.

Neither Ubisoft nor Blizzard responded to the information, but netizens noticed a flood of tweets from current employees looking for new jobs. With no statements from both companies, the scale of the layoffs remains unknown. The layoffs at Ubisoft and Blizzard were overshadowed by Epic Games' restructuring, which CEO Tim Sweeney said became necessary after the company spent more than a few years of revenue.

In addition, the Embracer Group continued to restructure with significant job cuts. #Ubisoft##Blizzard Entertainment##裁员#

Ubisoft and Blizzard Entertainment began layoffs again. Yesterday it was revealed that Epic Games, the production company for Fortnite, is cutting 16% of its workforce (more than 800 employees).
Ubisoft and Blizzard Entertainment began layoffs again. Yesterday it was revealed that Epic Games, the production company for Fortnite, is cutting 16% of its workforce (more than 800 employees).
Ubisoft and Blizzard Entertainment began layoffs again. Yesterday it was revealed that Epic Games, the production company for Fortnite, is cutting 16% of its workforce (more than 800 employees).

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