Activision Blizzard has faced criticism from another platform holder. Doug Bowser, president of Nintendo of America, called the harassment situation disappointing. He also stated that Nintendo has already taken some action against Activision.Doug Bowser

The president of Nintendo of America commented on the latest news related to the Activision Blizzard scandal in a letter to employees.

On November 19, all employees of the American office received it.

“I find these reports disappointing and disturbing. They contradict my values, as well as the beliefs, values and policies of Nintendo,” Bowser said.

He also noted that representatives of the company “communicate with Activision and have already taken a number of measures.” Nintendo is evaluating all possible options, but it is still unclear exactly what actions are being discussed.

Separately, in his letter, Bowser said that Nintendo has been working closely with the American Association of Software and Computer Game Manufacturers (ESA) for a week to toughen its position on harassment and abuse of authority in the workplace. Activision Blizzard is also a part of this organization.

Bowser’s reaction is caused by an investigation by The Washington Post, which was published last week. In an article, Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick was accused of concealing harassment, after which over 1,000 employees signed a petition demanding his resignation.

The heads of PlayStation and Xbox also criticized the company. The Cat himself recently said that he would voluntarily leave the post of CEO if he could not solve the current problems with harassment as soon as possible.