Left Behind Games acquires Cloud 9 Games

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Left Behind Games acquires Cloud 9 Games

Postby HanClinto » Tue Nov 02, 2010 12:23 pm

SEC filing
Left Behind Games Acquires Assets of Cloud 9 Games
and Signs President Curtis Ratica to Three-Year Deal

Press Release Source: Left Behind Games Inc. On Monday October 25, 2010, 9:55 am EDT

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Left Behind Games Inc. LFBG.ob - News), dba LB Games®, the leading publisher of exclusively Christian video games, announced today that it has acquired the assets of Cloud 9 Games™, a company viewed as the second most successful Christian video games publisher.

Cloud 9 Games President, Curtis Ratica, a sixteen year video game industry veteran says, “I’m delighted to be officially working with LB Games for the next three years. LB Games is a first-class organization. Working with the company during the past six months to develop Praise Champion and King Solomon’s Trivia Challenge resulted in remarkable synergy. I believe this is just the beginning of a new chapter in the future of Christian video games.”

Cloud 9 Games’ products are currently distributed by EMI, a multi-billion dollar media organization which is the largest distributor of Christian music in the world. Cloud 9 Games can be purchased through many Christian retailers such as Family Christian Stores, Parable, Berean, Mardel, Lifeway and many more. To learn more, go to: http://www.cloud9games.com" target="_blank.

LB Games® CEO, Troy Lyndon says, “We are hopeful to leverage Curtis’ Xbox and other console development experiences soon. Meanwhile, we are pleased to own and publish his newest PC titles, Praise Champion and King Solomon’s Trivia Challenge, which we will present to Walmart later this week during our national line review.”
In another filing they also listed the inventory of assets that Cloud 9 is transferring. Kindof interesting to see -- if you were selling Heavenly Harmony, how many units would you stock? Cloud 9 apparently has/had 205 left in stock. JAMband? 732.


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