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Perth Game Company CEO Takes IP By Night

February 20th, 2010 02:46 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

snicho99 writes “A US owned gaming company has fled Australia, leaving unpaid employees and a massive tax bill. Apparently many staff have been working unpaid for months to allow their game to ship and hopefully the company to recover. Interzone’s Perth (Western Australia) office was created with the assistance of a state government grant. Last week Interzone’s (American) CEO
entered the building at night and removed all the servers and IP so that Interzone could continue production at a new company they have opened in Ireland. The staff cought him on camera. More background here.”

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