THQ Being Sued Over uDraw Tablets

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Financial problems continue to pile up for THQ. A month back, there was news that the company converted it’s shares in order to prevent being unlisted by NASDAQ. This has followed up with another crisis for the firm.

THQ is being sued on grounds that it failed to relay to their shareholders about the poor sales of it’s uDraw peripheral. The class action lawsuit is being conducted by Levi and Korsinsky who claim that THQ purposely mislead their shareholders with misleading statements about their product sales.

The company’s uDraw GameTablet for the PS3 and Xbox 360 are not doing so well. Around 1.4 million tablets have not been sold placing THQ $100 million behind the projected expectations.

Note that this is the second lawsuit over their uDraw tablets. A previous lawsuit was filed last month over the same complaint as well.

[via GameIndustry]

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