Realtime Worlds Has Six Weeks To Pay £3 Million Debt

Local newspaper The Courier have reported that games developer Realtime Worlds will shut down forever if they can’t find a buyer within six weeks capable of paying the company’s £3 million debt to UK trade creditors. This information, which comes from Paul Dounis, a senior figure at Begbies Traynor, the developer’s current administrator, also confirms that the official number of redundancies made at the Dundee office this week was 157 and not 170; 53 jobs have been kept in order to run All Points Bulletin.

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