As the fallout from #BoycottBlizzard continues, video game companies warn pro players and staff to keep politics private

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The video game company Blizzard says it's reducing penalties for a player who spoke out in favor of democracy in Hong Kong NPR's James DUBEC reports the company came under fire from gamers and politicians in a statement Friday Blizzard Entertainment President J. Allen Brack said the company reacted too quickly when it suspended an e sports player for a year and made him forfeit

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