The unfortunate part of this is that there’s a high probability that that many of these allegations have some sort of merit towards them considering the fact that the investigation has been on going for two years.
However, this will obviously be dealt with in a court of law where all parties involved will have the opportunity to present their case and we shall see what will eventually come to pass.
In the mean time, we have to also take into consideration that this is a game, along with all the other titles that Blizzard / Activision has, there will not be fall out that some people may be hope to see. Yes, some streamers may refuse to do card reveals, but there will be some that will, and those who do will be the ones that will benefit from players looking for info on the new expansion.
Sadly even if Blizzard / Activision is found to be guilty of these allegations, they will pay a small fine in comparison to the Billions of dollars they are worth. There will be a shake up in management where people will get fired, Sexual harassments training in the workplace will be mandatory. They may take a slight dip in stock prices, but then when the smoke settles they will be back to raking in the $$ and life will continue and everyone will quickly forget all of this as if it never happened.
Sexual harassment is unfortunate, and it shouldn’t happen. However, a boycott of Blizzard Activision is likely to happen.