Champion Canadian gamer speaks out over harassment at Ubisoft, elsewhere


A five-time world champion in competitive 'Counter-Strike' and longtime female pro-gaming icon, Harvey said that not only her former employer but the entire video game industry is long past due for a major change in culture. — Handout/missharvey, inc/AFP

MONTREAL: When she arrived in 2009 at the Montreal offices of giant video game publisher Ubisoft, Stephanie Harvey says she suffered sexual harassment or sexism "from Day One".

Now a professional gamer and five-time world champion, she said that not only her former employer but the entire video game industry is long past due for a major change in culture.

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