The company said it will pay $ 80 million to members of the class action lawsuit, which includes all current and former full-time employees and temporary agency contractors in California who worked from November 2014 until ‘actuality.
An additional $ 20 million will be paid for attorneys’ fees and miscellaneous expenses, Riot Games said in a statement.
“In an effort to promote transparency and accountability, Riot is also committed to overseeing its pay equity and internal reporting processes by a third party approved jointly by Riot and the Department of Fair Employment. and California Housing for three years, ”the company said. .
The final approval of the agreement by the court is pending, and a hearing is expected in the coming months, the statement added.