Blizzard is a pretty big company, but thankfully, its games seem to be bringing in enough to keep the lights on, and the bathrooms well-equipped. But just how much money does that require, and what kind of impact are you, a single player having on Blizzard’s ongoing ability to operate? There are plenty of factors to consider when trying to work that out, of course, but one fan has done their level best to figure out just how much one annual World of Warcraft subscription pays for – in toilet paper. Over in the WoW subreddit, user EveClassic started their calculations with an estimate of the number of people working at Blizzard’s Irvine HQ on any given day. That’s difficult to pin down, but they settled on a nice round figure of 2,500 people. Citing another study on the frequency of toilet visitation among adults in the US, they broke that number down, eventually arriving at a total of 7,788 defecations at Blizzard HQ during a normal working week.
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