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Charlie Guillemot, Son of Ubisoft’s CEO, Is Leaving The Company

May 27, 2021
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Charlie Guillemot, co-head of Ubisoft mobile studio Owlient, is stepping down based on a new report from Axios. Back in August of last year, his studio faced controversy when a Tom Clancy branded mobile game used Black Lives Matter imagery in relation to a fictional in-game terrorist group. Charlie Guillemot is also...

Ubisoft CEO's son resigns from studio post

May 27, 2021
Ubisoft Ceo

Charlie Guillemot's Tom Clancy game was criticized for its negative use of Black Lives Matter imagery.

Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot says "considerable progress has been made" since abuse allegations

May 24, 2021
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New procedures, policies, external reporting, and code of conduct implemented

Ubisoft CEO Says Company Has Made Progress Since Abuse Controversy Began

May 25, 2021
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Progress?

Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot addresses ongoing controversies in new statement

May 24, 2021
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After numerous allegations over the past year, Ubisoft has put out another statement about the status of the company.

Ubisoft CEO's Son Resigns from Mobile Studio

May 27, 2021
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Charlie Guillemot, son of Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot, announces that he will soon leave his role as head of Ubisoft's mobile studio.

Ubisoft CEO's son & Owlient lead resign from company

May 27, 2021
Ubisoft Ceo

Charlie Guillemot presided over Ubisoft mobile studio Owlient, which was caught in controversy when it used Black Lives Matter imagery in a Tom Clancy game.

Ubisoft CEO's Son Charlie Guillemot Resigns From The Company

May 27, 2021
Ubisoft Ceo

Guillemot has been the co-head at Ubisoft's Owlient studio since 2014.

Two More Ubisoft Studio Managers Have Just Resigned Following CEO Open Letter On Toxic Work Culture

May 28, 2021
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Owlient studio co-heads Charlie Guillemot and Rémi Pellerin have both stepped down “to pursue new opportunities.”

Ubisoft CEO's son resigns from studio post

May 27, 2021
Ubisoft Ceo

Charlie Guillemot is stepping down as co-head of Ubisoft mobile studio Owlient, Axios has learned.Why it matters: Guillemot is the son of Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot, whose company has been embroiled in a series of workplace and content controversies over the past year.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Charlie Guillemot's departure was announced internally to Ubisoft employees last week. He is leaving along side studio co-lead Rémi Pellerin to pursue new opportunities, according to the message."We wish them all the best for their future endeavors," a Ubisoft rep told Axios Thursday. Pellerin and Charlie Guillemot did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Both men managed the studio since 2014.Between the lines: Owlient is one of the lower-profile of Ubisoft's over two dozen studios and is not as well known as those that make "Assassin's Creed" and "Far Cry" games.Founded independently in 2006, the studio initially focused on producing games about horses, inc

Ubisoft CEO Bonus Shifts Away from Gender Diversity Goals

Jun 7, 2021
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An Ubisoft CEO bonus incentivizing an increase in gender diversity has been replaced with an incentive to reduce the company's carbon footprint.

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Charlie Guillemot, Son of Ubisoft’s CEO, Is Leaving The Company Charlie Guillemot, co-head of Ubisoft mobile studio Owlient, is stepping down based on a new report from Axios. Back in August of last year, his studio faced controversy when a Tom Clancy branded mobile game used Black Lives Matter imagery in relation to a fictional in-game terrorist group. Charlie Guillemot is also... kotaku.com
Ubisoft CEO's son resigns from studio post Charlie Guillemot's Tom Clancy game was criticized for its negative use of Black Lives Matter imagery. www.axios.com
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot says "considerable progress has been made" since abuse allegations New procedures, policies, external reporting, and code of conduct implemented www.gamesindustry.biz
Ubisoft CEO Says Company Has Made Progress Since Abuse Controversy Began Progress? screenrant.com
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot addresses ongoing controversies in new statement After numerous allegations over the past year, Ubisoft has put out another statement about the status of the company. www.shacknews.com
Ubisoft CEO's Son Resigns from Mobile Studio Charlie Guillemot, son of Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot, announces that he will soon leave his role as head of Ubisoft's mobile studio. gamerant.com
Ubisoft CEO's son & Owlient lead resign from company Charlie Guillemot presided over Ubisoft mobile studio Owlient, which was caught in controversy when it used Black Lives Matter imagery in a Tom Clancy game. www.shacknews.com
Ubisoft CEO's Son Charlie Guillemot Resigns From The Company Guillemot has been the co-head at Ubisoft's Owlient studio since 2014. www.gamespot.com
Two More Ubisoft Studio Managers Have Just Resigned Following CEO Open Letter On Toxic Work Culture Owlient studio co-heads Charlie Guillemot and Rémi Pellerin have both stepped down “to pursue new opportunities.” www.thegamer.com
Girls Who Code and Ubisoft Team Up to Guide Young Developers Ubisoft experts offer advice at a speed-networking event organized by the nonprofit, which is dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. news.ubisoft.com
Meet Hybride, the Ubisoft Studio That Helped Bring The Mandalorian To Life Learn about how the visual-effects studio adapted to the pandemic, catch up on some of their biggest projects, and hear about the co-founder’s goals to cross-pollinate with Ubisoft’s game development studios. news.ubisoft.com
Ubisoft CEO's son resigns from studio post Charlie Guillemot is stepping down as co-head of Ubisoft mobile studio Owlient, Axios has learned.Why it matters: Guillemot is the son of Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot, whose company has been embroiled in a series of workplace and content controversies over the past year.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Charlie Guillemot's departure was announced internally to Ubisoft employees last week. He is leaving along side studio co-lead Rémi Pellerin to pursue new opportunities, according to the message."We wish them all the best for their future endeavors," a Ubisoft rep told Axios Thursday. Pellerin and Charlie Guillemot did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Both men managed the studio since 2014.Between the lines: Owlient is one of the lower-profile of Ubisoft's over two dozen studios and is not as well known as those that make "Assassin's Creed" and "Far Cry" games.Founded independently in 2006, the studio initially focused on producing games about horses, inc news.yahoo.com
Anika Grant Named Chief People Officer of Ubisoft New CPO will oversee global recruiting, talent management, leadership development, and more. news.ubisoft.com
Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft Entertainment: Profile and Biography Yves Guillemot is Chairman/CEO/Co-Founder at Ubisoft Entertainment. See Yves Guillemot's compensation, career history, education, & memberships. www.bloomberg.com
Ubisoft CEO Bonus Shifts Away from Gender Diversity Goals An Ubisoft CEO bonus incentivizing an increase in gender diversity has been replaced with an incentive to reduce the company's carbon footprint. techraptor.net
Ubisoft reportedly made minimal changes following abuse allegations According to a report, Ubisoft hasn’t significantly changed its internal culture and management following last year’s allegations of abuse www.nme.com