If you've played any online games or picked up a controller to engage in some rape jokes and bullying, you've probably encountered a lot.
The game industry, like others where people engage online, has spent years attempting to understand this kind of behavior. In an effort to address the problem for its gamers, Ubisoft, the developer of popular series like Assassin's Creed and Rainbow Six, has recently struck a groundbreaking agreement with police. It is hoped that by establishing a dialogue inside the sector, others will follow suit as a result of this agreement.
Every day, millions of individuals enjoy playing online games. However, it also has a negative side that is obvious. You can find abusive behavior, death threats, and grooming in online gaming environments.
Damien Glorieux, senior director of the Newcastle-based Ubisoft Customer Relationship Centre, declares, "We want to be on the right side of history." Staff members from Ubisoft keep an eye on players' progress here and in four other locations across the globe, responding to support requests and actively participating in the communities that have sprung up around their games. They deal with everything, including internet toxicity and problems with purchases.