Well on the surface, if Riot issued an apology and promised sweeping changes then I would take that as at least a partial admission of guilt. One part of the lawsuit has me baffled though. The part that states that promotions tended to go to men more than women. In a company that is comprised of 80% men and 20% women, doesn't probability and statistics basically guarantee this would be the case? Also, I don't agree that not hiring someone because the company doesn't consider them to be a "core gamer" as the article states that the lawsuit alleges is inherently sexist for a company that is creating games for core gamers. Again probability and statistics would suggest that because the applicant pool is going to be made up of a larger percentage of men than women that more men would be hired.
Of course none of this excuses any of the alleged sexual harassment assuming that any actual harassment took place of course , which I would have to believe did at least on some level given Riot's statement from a few months back.
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