Notes from the Zine

  1. Tweet by @TheFiremonkeys

  2. "Activision Blizzard Lays Off Hundreds Of Employees", Jason Schreier, Kotaku

  3. "How Telltale Went Broke", Super Bunnyhop

  4. "Google Walkout For Real Change", Twitter account

  5. Tweet by @techworkersco

  6. "Microsoft Workers 4 Good", Twitter account

  7. "Union Employees: Are You Protected From Layoffs?", Lisa Guerin,

  8. "At Nintendo, Working All Night Is 'Mario Time'", Jason Schreier, Kotaku

  9. Archived Tweet by @jobjaystauffer

  10. "Ten Years Down", Clint Hocking, Click Nothing

  11. "Crunch mode caused a young Netmarble game developer's death, Korean government says", Bree Royce, Massively Overpowered

  12. "CD Projekt Red developers speak up on the realities of working on Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077", Tatiana Morris, Gamezone

  13. "The 3 Things That Make Organizations More Prone to Sexual Harassment", Marianne Cooper, The Atlantic

  14. "How bad crediting hurts the game industry and muddles history", Richard Moss, Gamasutra

  15. BCCFU Master Agreement

  16. "How Unions Help All Workers", Matthew Walters & Lawrence Mishel, Economic Policy Institute

  17. "How does Collective Bargaining Affect the Gender Pay Gap?", Marta M. Elvira, Ishak Saporta, Work and Occupations

  18. "The Game Design Reader: A Rules of Play Anthology", Katie Salen Tekinbas, pp. 713

  19. Tweet by @SimplyRagny

  20. "EA: Visceral's canned Star Wars project 'too linear' for modern tastes", Chris Kerr, Gamasutra

  21. "Red Dead Redemption 2's labor controversy, explained", Owen S. Good, Polygon

  22. "ArenaNet ‘folded like a cheap card table,’ says fired Guild Wars 2 writer", Colin Campbell, Polygon

  23. "Nintendo Employee 'Terminated' After Smear Campaign Over Censorship, Company Denies Harassment Was Factor", Patrick Klepek, Kotaku

  24. "Worse than Scabs: Gamer Rage as Anti-Union Violence", Lana Polansky, Rhizome

  25. "Activision, EA and others launch site attacking voice actors union over strike", Julia Alexander, Polygon

  26. "Amazon's Aggressive Anti-Union Tactics Revealed in Leaked 45-Minute Video", Bryan Menegus, Gizmodo

  27. "National Gallery art educators win workers’ rights in ‘first public sector gig economy victory’", Emma Snaith, The Independent

  28. "Crappy Voice Acting Undercuts an Otherwise Strong 'Life Is Strange' Prequel", Patrick Klepek, Waypoint

  29. "The Unlikely Story of Microsoft's Surprise Minecraft Buyout", Daniel Goldberg & Linus Larsson, Wired

  30. "La Guilde Receives a $750,000 Grant", Radio Canada

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