BlizzCon Starts With an Apology, But Blizzard Doesn't Change Its Stance

He didn’t say Hong Kong or Hearthstone, but everyone watching knew what Blizzard President J. Allen Brack was talking about when he stepped out on stage at BlizzCon, the annual fan event for the company, and immediately adopted a somber tone.


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good to know they’re bad at writing apologies too

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The nicest thing I can say about this is that it was better than the Houston Astros’ apology.

This was a very “sorry we got caught” kind of apology.

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Notice they didn’t give any details on what they actually did.

They are indeed still bootlicking.

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