Maxime Béland resigned from Ubisoft.
In a statement to our sister site VGC, Ubisoft confirmed that Béland had left his position “immediately effective”, but added that the allegations against him would continue to be investigated.
Béland was suspended last week when the publisher / developer was reportedly on leave of absence from two executives and “several other employees” when he began investigating allegations of misconduct after several allegations of sexual assault and harassment against a number of Ubisoft Employees, including Tommy, were surveyed by Francois, Maxime Béland and Andrien “Escoblades” Gbinigie.
In a public statement, Ubisoft said it was “really sorry” and confirmed that “it had started investigations into the allegations with the help of specialized external advisors.” Yesterday we reported that Ubisoft boss Yves Guillemot made a number of changes to his internal processes and top editorial team.
“We still have a lot of work to do to improve the way we work and work together, and I personally strive to ensure that we make these fundamental changes. They have to be profound and we have to do it at all levels of the organization implement quickly. ” “Said Guillemot.