A California state agency is suing Activision Blizzard, a video game maker that produces a game of duty based on allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination.

After a two-year investigation, the state’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing said in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court that Activism “promoted a ‘freight boy’ workplace culture.” Officers sexually harassed, the agency said, and male employees openly joked about the rape and drank alcohol, while women “behaved inappropriately” on their cubicles during events known as “cube crawls.”

The lawsuit alleges that women were regularly paid less than men for the same work and were less likely to receive promotions.

The agency wrote that the workplace of activism is a breeding ground for harassment and discrimination against women. “Female employees are subjected to constant sexual harassment, including persistent sexual harassment and advances by their male co-workers and supervisors, and harassment in ‘Cube Crawl’ and other company programs.”

In one case, the lawsuit said, a female employee died by suicide during a business trip as a result of a sexual relationship with her male supervisor. Prior to her death, male colleagues claimed to have shared explicit photos of the woman.

The lawsuit, which was previously reported by Bloomberg Law, said company officials and the human resources department failed to address the misconduct when they were notified.

“Picture DFEH Paints is not today’s blizzard workplace,” Activis said in a statement, adding that the company strives to pay employees fairly and has worked to address its culture and improve diversity in recent years. Activation employees have received anti-harassment training over the years, and the company said it has created a secret reporting hotline and team that is among other changes to investigate employee concerns.

“There is no place in our company or industry or any industry for sexual misconduct or any kind of harassment,” Activis wrote. “Action was taken to address this issue in cases involving misconduct.”

The company said California failed to properly discuss the allegations with Activation before filing the lawsuit, and it specifically drew the agency’s attention to the employee’s suicide.

Activis wrote that this is the kind of irresponsible behavior from non-commissioned state officials that has driven many of the state’s best industries out of California.

The state employment agency declined to comment. The lawsuit alleges that he wanted the activation to pay the employee unpaid wages, more compensation and pay punitive compensation.

The activation, which is located in Santa Monica, California and is worth about billion 70 billion, has about 10,000 employees. The company has faced criticism from its workers over wage inequality, most notably shareholders making it one of the country’s top paid officials by approving a 15 5,155 million salary package for chief executive Bobby Kotic in June.

Allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination are not uncommon in the gaming industry, where the workforce of game studios, especially at the executive level, is predominantly white and male. Last summer, dozens of women raised their voices against such behavior, accusing various companies of misconduct, including activism and French publisher Ubisoft – and calling for more calls for reform. The Fair Employment Agency has also taken legal action against Riot Games for making a game of League of Legends, alleging sexual discrimination and sexual harassment.