The Overwatch League has lost multiple ad sponsors in the wake of California’s lawsuit against Activision Blizzard for harassment and civil rights violations, reported The Washington Post.
Coca-Cola, Kellogg and State Farm told the newspaper they were reassessing their partnerships with the Overwatch League.
The State Farm and Kellogg Pringles and Cheez-It brand logos were removed today from the esports league’s official membership list.
As of this writing, the page includes Xfinity, IBM, Teamspeak, and Coca-Cola, but a representative for the soda giant told the Post: “We are working with our partners at Blizzard as we step back for a moment to revisit future plans and programs. “
The Post also noted that the T-Mobile brand has disappeared from Overwatch League and Call of Duty League broadcasts since the lawsuit was filed, and the New York Subliners used duct tape to cover the T-Mobile logo on their jerseys. during last weekend’s Call of Duty. match.