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Sega sues bankrupt THQ over 'Company of Heroes 2' Steam pre-orders

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Sega has sued bankrupt THQ over the Steam pre-orders of Company of Heroes 2.

The company has asked for $941,710.93 (£630,000), the amount that THQ made from 20,755 sales between September 2012 and January 24, 2013, reports Eurogamer.

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Sega purchased the Company of Heroes IP along with developer Relic Entertainment for $26.6 million after THQ's assets were put up for sale.

Sega claims that $508,877.85 of the amount it is owed is entitled to priority because Steam owner Valve paid the money to THQ after the day it filed for bankruptcy protection, December 19 2012.

Sega joins a growing list of creditors demanding money from the company.

THQ could owe over $200 million in total.

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