Originally posted on The Show Speak  |  Last updated 5/16/12
Curt Schilling's infamous or famous "red sock" apparently has bled over into the financials of 38 Studios, a Rhode Island based company in which the former major league baseball pitcher founded.

 Bloody Sock?  Or prelude to red ink for #38? About 38 Studios:
38 Studios is an entertainment and IP creation company in development on a broad range of products, including online and console video games, toys, novels, comics, film, TV, and other forms of digital media.

Founded by Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling in late 2006, 38 Studios has assembled a team of world-class creative talent to bring to life an epic new intellectual property to redefine conventional multi-player gaming as it exists today, and nothing less. Furthering that goal in May 2009, 38 Studios acquired Big Huge Games and its body of extremely talented people and award-winning products and IP, ensuring the growth, market position, financial stability, and long-term success of 38 Studios.

The video game developer recently missed a $1.13 million payment to the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation according the Boston Business Journal.

The solvency of Schilling's company comes just three months after the release of their first product, Kingdom of Amalur in conjunction with publisher Electronic Arts, Inc.  (NASD:  EA)

Until Next Time,

Craig Turley
@That_Dude_CT




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