Gamers rally against discrimination after reviewer threatened
September 3 , 2014
It has been reported that over 2,000 people signed a letter that calls for ending discrimination in the gaming world.
The open letter came after Anita Sarkeesian, a reviewer, received death threats after releasing videos highlighting misogyny in gaming. She filed a police complaint and said the threats were a “form of terrorism.”
The letter says that everyone had the right to play games and make critical remarks about them irrespective of “gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion or disability.”