Riot Games Reaches $10M Deal In Workers' 'Bro Culture' Suit

Law360 (December 2, 2019, 9:58 PM EST) -- Riot Games will shell out $10 million to end a gender discrimination and sexual harassment proposed class action over the League of Legends maker's alleged "bro culture," according to a motion filed last week in California state court.

Melanie McCracken, a current employee, and former worker Jessica Negron hit Riot Games with the proposed gender discrimination and sexual harassment class action in November 2018, alleging the company fostered a "men-first" culture that puts women at a disadvantage during the hiring process and in the workplace.

McCracken has since resolved her individual claims, and another worker, Gabriela Downie, is serving as a...

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