THQ is totally bankrupt, but Sega is still suing them for $941,710.93, to be exact. That is money from Steam pre-orders of Company of Heroes 2.
If you're curious, these Delaware court documents lay it all out. Almost 21,000 pre-orders for this RTS game were purchased via Steam. After Valve took their cut, there was about $1 million left over. Now Sega, as owners of developer Relic Entertainment, are filing a claim to get their money.
As you know, THQ has nothing. Sega is trying to at least get on the list of people owed money.
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