PlayStation 5 has been on the market for exactly one year, representing in fact (or almost) a clear cut with the past, thanks to a whole series of innovations in the field of gaming that we will also see in the course of next year.
DualSense owners are however in their own way very satisfied with the performance of the platform in its first year of life.
After all, PS5 has recently celebrated its first birthday in Italy too, an anniversary that has already made us feel a little older, also given the continuing shortage of stocks.
It is also true that the high cost of physical PlayStation games is helping to keep the retail market alive, despite everything. Now, however, it looks like a little storm has hit the PlayStation brand.
As reported from Kotaku , PlayStation was in fact accused by a former employee of discriminatory conduct and unfair dismissal .
Former cybersecurity analyst named Emma Majo has filed a lawsuit against the Japanese giant in the California court.
Majo has in fact denounced a violation of the Equal Pay Act currently in force in the USA and underlining how – in his opinion – Sony discriminates against female employees, in remuneration and promotions, in a work culture male dominated .
In fact, the woman reported that in her department there was a gender division of about 60-40 between men and women, at least at the beginning of her career.
Obviously, as always happens in these cases, will be an investigation to confirm any responsibilities , which for now remain absolutely generic.
Majo asks for a jury trial, while Sony representatives did not respond to a request for comment.
We remember in any case that recently Jim Ryan , CEO and president of Sony Interactive Entertainment, decided to comment on the controversy involving the CEO of the American giant Activision Blizzard.
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