Reports are coming in that streaming video game service OnLive is having serious financial trouble. According to reports, the cloud-based gaming company is preparing to file for some form of bankruptcy according to an inside source. OnLive is said to be filing for a bankruptcy-like process that is governed by the state of California.
The particular form of bankruptcy that the company said in the filing is called Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors otherwise known as ABC in the state of California. This offers the company some protection from creditors. Company CEO Steve Perlman also reportedly told employees that the company as it exists now would cease to exist and no one would be employed by OnLive.
Some workers would reportedly be hired by the company that comes out of the remains of OnLive. I can’t say that this is much of a surprise to me. Other reports indicate that service has officially shut down while yet more reports indicate that a third-party is purchasing OnLive.
via KotakuFiled Under: Gaming News