An auction of items from Curt Schilling’s bankrupt video gaming company 38 Studios was held on Tuesday in Providence. Toucher & Rich talked to someone who was there and wanted to know just how many toys were up for auction.
n auction of items from former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s failed video game company has begun, with early bidders snatching up swords, lamps and even a wheelchair left behind when 38 Studios collapsed.
About 1800 items from Curt Schilling’s bankrupt video gaming company 38 Studios are set to be auctioned off on Tuesday in Providence.
Computers, speaker systems and even a pool table that once belonged to Curt Schilling’s video game company are on the auction block.
Former Red Sox hero Curt Schilling may be forced to sell his famous “bloody sock” to pay back the millions he lost in his failed video game company, 38 Studios.
No federal criminal charges will be brought in the case of the video game company owned by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling.
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has called Rhode Island’s governor a “dunce of epic proportions” in the wake of his video gaming company’s collapse.
Retired Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling took time to address his failed video gaming business venture on Friday during his Red Sox Hall of Fame induction.
In court filings Wednesday, the RIEDC said the assets of 38 Studios are collateral for $75 million in loans used to lure the company from Massachusetts.
Toucher & Rich talked with Jason Schwartz from Boston Magazine who got a two-hour interview with Schilling, access to private Facebook messages and talk with other sources for his huge story on the failed 38 Studios.