According to the newspaper, in 2021, the French police received complaints from the police. Solidarity Computing union, a French union that provides services to digital, consulting and video game workers, and two people. After more than a year of investigation that included extensive interviews with around 50 current and former Ubisoft employees, the arrests were made on October 3 and 4.
Of the five people arrested, only two are named: former creative director Serge Hacosët and editorial vice president Tommy François, who left the company in 2020.
In it Release In the report, the victims’ lawyer, Maude Beckers, said that “the case is very particular because beyond simple individual behavior, it reveals systemic sexual violence.”
The edge has contacted Ubisoft for comment.