Ubisoft has fired Skull & Bones studio director for inappropriate behavior

By Sebastian Quiroz 0 COMMENTS 11/19/2020 3:57 pm

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During the last months, Ubisoft It has been involved in a series of controversy around several managers suspended or fired, this in consequence for several accusations of inappropriate behavior. Now, it seems that this period is not over, since Hugues Ricour, the director of the company’s Singapore division, was recently removed from office.

According to Kotaku, Ricour was charged with sexual harassment, citing “suggestive comments about women’s clothing or requesting kisses at work events.” Similarly, the media spoke with some employees who have The manager was singled out for “harassment, denigrating comments and reprisals against those he perceived to be acting against him.”

Ricour has been immediately fired from his position as Managing Director of Ubisoft Singapore, although at the moment it is unknown if this also implies his departure from the company. Since 2018, Ricour has been in charge of the aforementioned division, where he worked overseeing the development of Skull & Bones, as well as the co-production of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Immortals Fenyx Rising.

On related issues, the Microsoft Store has leaked the new release date for Far Cry 6. Similarly, Netflix and Ubisoft are already working on a series of Assassin’s Creed.


Via: Kotaku

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Sebastian Quiroz

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