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OnLive’s assets were sold off for $4.8 million USD
Cloud-gaming service OnLive, which underwent a dramatic reversal of fortune in August during which all staff were laid off and the company entered proceedings labelled as “Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors”, was ultimately sold off to venture capitalist Gary Lauder for just $4.8 million USD.
Square launches ad-supported cloud gaming portal
At long last, it’s possible to play Hitman: Blood Money in a java-powered plug-in and be interrupted by adverts every ten or twenty minutes to ‘earn’ yourself more ‘free’ playtime.
OnLive still lives, assets acquired by Lauder Partners affiliate
Fans of complicated legal and financial maneuvering will no doubt get a kick out of OnLive’s transition from company on the brink to brand new company where everything is fine.