Schilling's 38 Studios on Auction Block
Office contents from Curt Schilling's former video game company were auctioned off on Tuesday.
The contents of Curt Schilling's now-defunct video game business were up for auction on Tuesday during the second of two auctions held to empty the Providence offices and raise money toward the $75 million (plus interest) 38 Studios owes the state of Rhode Island.
The state fronted the former Red Sox pitcher's company the money with which to create and produce the video game "Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning." The company laid off its full staff in May and filed for bankruptcy in June.
Items at auction on Tuesday included everything from graphic animation equipment to model airplanes Schilling is said to have made and kept in his office, according to www.boston.com.
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Other items included simple desk supplies, computers, lamps, 38 Studios sign, ping pong table, wheelchair and swords used to create sound effects for video games, according to the story.