As many know, the world of games is growing every day, consequently and thanks to social networks we can find out about different situations involving the players themselves, whether they are jokes or other things, it can happen to a professional gamer or to a citizen. This is how a man tells who explains how did you save the job of a worker who was accused of allegedly be playing during working hours.
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Erik Strobl explicitly on Twitter how he managed not to fire the worker, where knowing about graphics cards and games was key to acquitting the man of the accusations, “a member was accused of playing video games on his work computer and I was able to acquit him by proving conclusively that the Graphic card provided by the employer couldn’t handle the resource hungry game that his supervisor claimed to have seen.”
But surprisingly the worker wasn’t even playing a game, he was actually looking at a “review” of the game. “He looked at a review of the game on his break (which is fine), but was accused of installing unauthorized third-party software on a government computer (which he didn’t 100% do and, as I showed, couldn’t have). He zero abuse of state time or property.”
In the responses, Erik does not reveal the game in question, but we can expect that it was quite a demanding game, most likely, a AAA game. The worker may be thankful that the work computers don’t have a high-performance graphics card, and Erik may be thankful that knowing about video games saved someone else’s job.
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