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STRIKE! By Voltage game workers Comrade 08/15/2020 (Sat) 20:29:56 No. 3749
https://www.uniglobalunion.org/news/strike-game-workers-us-results-unprecedented-win?fbclid=IwAR1q7ipBfBXzo0bcxXnWF1nTFNEXneuV0Tc3WVCPog0oHtkY_bmTz7PBJeM <Writers for Lovestruck, a mobile game produced by Voltage Entertainment USA, have won an average 78 per cent pay increase and greater transparency at work after a ground-breaking 21-day strike. It is the first successful game worker strike in the history of the game development industry.
>>3749 Holy fucking based Should have posted this on /leftypol/ tho gamedevs are among the most cucked workers and victories like this should be shown more
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>>3750 Pic related about game workers is from DOPE periodical. This is a paper from here in fishandchipsland. It looks like a more anarchist version of the Big Issue. I've been to one of the distro points in London, 56a Crampton Street. It's been there for years. I used to work at the International Press Cuttings Bureau on Walworth Road, nearby. I only lasted six months. But I was talking to one guy there. He said he was planning to only do a few months there, and then go travelling around Europe. But he never did, it was in the 1970s,and he'd been at the Bureau ever since...broken dreams... :-( The paper can be read online as well as bought from homeless vendors https://dogsection.org/press/dope12
>>3749 Based and redpilled I had no idea about this. Hopefully this will give strength to future organizing efforts and strikes in bigger companies. This is their work in case you're curious: https://vndb.org/p10375
>>3749 How are coomers able to strike anyways? You'd think that porn games would be the last place to get unionized.
>>7466 I'm guessing it's probably because it's a niche within a niche within a niche, so the company is relatively small.

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