Maxime Béland, Tommy Francois, and “several” other employees at Ubisoft are on administrative leave following claims of sexual harassment and misconduct which arose in the last week (via Eurogamer).
“We are deeply concerned by these accusations,” said Ubisoft in a statement addressing the stories told about employees Andrien Gbinigie and Stone Chin.
Now, Bloomberg has reported that Béland, Francois, and “several other employees” have been placed on administrative leave while it pursues these investigations.
Francois is the vice president of editorial at Ubisoft, and directed new IPs like Atomega, For Honor, and I Am Alive.
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