"Pitchford made an agreement in 2016 to receive a" personal and secret "$ 12,000,000" executive ".
Randy Pitchford, CEO of Gearbox and a game studio consultant in former legal law, advisors Pitchford receive a $ 12 million secret thanks to "Take-Two Interactive" advertising. Borderlands profits ".
According to Kotaku, Gearbox was triggered by the judicial conflict, the former adviser Wade Callender supposed to "violate fraud and fraudulent obligations".
According to the application, Gearbox believes that Callendar worked with 2018 in 2018, borrowing money from the home, borrowed money from borrowed property and was not paid in full.
In addition, Callendar used "a privileged credit card, including non-approved expenses, including personal expenses, including family vacations, site members, and additional firearms, and six pack abs".
A few months later, in December 2018, Callendar called on Gearbox and Randy Pitchford to suspend Pitchford's "counterclaimed contracts and another company owned by real estate and Callender's employment contract."
Callender demanded a lawsuit from Pitchford, and they were longtime friends, but they began to work in recent years.
The main court case "Pitchford achieved a 2016 deal, which is to pay directly to the Pitchford entity" Pitchford Entertainment Media Magic, LLC "to receive a personal and secret $ 12 million" executive boss ". This bonus, which Callendar and his lawyers argue, is now a progression on the royalties of Gearbox employees. "
The allegations are not over, and some are pretty ugly.
Callendar Pitchford left a USB drive in Dallas's Texas restaurant, Gearbox's sensitive corporate documents and many Sony and Microsoft partners. Additionally, the issue "based on information and belief," Randy Pitchford's USB drive Randy Pitchford's # 39; also includes a personal collection of pornography. "
Wade also accused Pitchford of the host party "when male adults were underage at Randy Pitchford's play".
"The allegations made by former employee married are absurd, based on reality or on the law," said a spokesman for Gearbox spokesman Kotaku. "We want to face this unwarranted lawsuit for the court, and this time we have no other comment."
This is not the case for the first time, as Gearbox did, in 2013, the company that was in the legal battle of Aliens: to announce falsely the title of colonial Marini.
Adam Bankhurst is a new writer of IGN and I think the situation is very bad. You can continue on Twitter @AdamBankhurst.