Mesa-based video game developer Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment said it fired its chairman and CEO around the time it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month, but it seems he’s fighting his dismissal.
The Examiner has an interesting look at some court documents from the case showing the chaos to be expected behind the scenes of such proceedings (and some sketchy anonymous tips “confirming” layoffs at the company, to taken with a grain of salt … especially in online forums).
The bankruptcy announcement came just days after the company released its inaugural game, the third-person shooter Stargate Resistance. It was widely viewed as a stopgap measure while Cheyenne Mountain continued to work on its long-delayed online RPG, Stargate Worlds.
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