The Bangkok-based Corecell has released a statement on Twitter with more allegations levelled against PQube, publishers of their game AeternoBlade 2.
London-based publishing company PQube is under fire once more following a public statement from Thai developers Corecell.
They claim that the publisher did not pay minimum guarantees outlined in their publishing agreement for their game AeternoBlade 2.
According to Corecell, PQube placed several minimum guarantees within their publishing agreement which they failed to pay out.
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