A new video that has been making the rounds on social media and the gaming world has some interesting revelations.
It shows a group of gamers protesting outside of Ubisoft’s headquarters in San Francisco.
The group is protesting against the video game company’s decision to not remove a controversial anti-GamerGate video game character from the store shelves.
Ubisoft responded by releasing a statement condemning the group and claiming that “anyone who believes that women should be treated equally should not participate in our events.”
The group responded to the video by sharing screenshots of the “bombshell” video, and by sharing a link to a YouTube video where a woman is seen in the video being kicked in the head and pelted with water bottles.
According to the videos’ creators, it’s hard to tell if the group’s actions are related to GamerGate, but they’ve taken some action to combat the controversy.
They’re making a “GamerGate” T-shirt, a “t-shirt” featuring the logo of a gamer group and a “#GamerGate T-Shirt.”
The T-shirts have been available for sale on the website IndieGoGo for several weeks now, but the video creator and his fellow gamer have been collecting donations from the public to help cover their travel expenses.
The creator says he made about $1,000 of his $10,000 goal.
The campaign has raised about $7,000 from over 200 people, he said.
The video creator has made the T-shirts himself, which he sells at a cost of $10 each.
He has plans to use the money to help buy a new car and to buy a house.
He also plans to start a new Patreon to make more videos and content.
The T of the video has been changed to “t,” to make it easier to understand.
The creators say the videos are meant to highlight the absurdity of the controversy and the actions of those who oppose the movement.
They’ve also posted a message to their site explaining why they decided to make the videos.
“As a gamer who has been targeted by GamerGate, I’ve learned the hard way that there is no place for fear or hatred in our community,” the post reads.
“The world is a better place for people who are diverse and who can work together, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, or disability.
Our actions have the power to change the world.”