Almost a decade after shutting down, Curt Shilling’s 38 Studios is finally sending employees money it owes them

Nine years after Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning developer 38 Studios was unceremoniously shut down, some of its 400 laid off employees are finally receiving some portion of their final paychecks… sort of.

Bloomberg reports that former baseball player Curt Schilling’s company will pay “many” of its former staff members about 14% or 20% of what each employee is respectively owed, according to bankruptcy documents. When 38 Studios shut down and declared bankruptcy in 2012, it failed to pay its 400 employees their final paychecks before the studio ran out of money and shut down in May that year. Four years after shutdown, 38 Studios reached a financial settlement in court with the state of Rhode Island, which had loaned $75 million to Schilling (meant to support the studio’s projects for several years) through the Rhode Island Economic Development Corp.

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