Riot Games has announced that they will not be eliminating the arbitration clause for current employees that moved some 200-250 employees to stage a walkout last Monday.
Now, nearly two weeks after the demonstration, Riot Games announced in a blog post that “given the complexities of ongoing litigation, we will not change our employee agreements while in active litigation.”
“We know not everyone agrees with this decision, but we also know everyone does want Riot to continue to improve. We remain committed to having a firm answer around extending an opt-out to all Rioters when active litigation concludes,” it read.
Source: IGN.com Riot Games Keeps Arbitration Clause After Walkout