Sega joins the He-Man THQ-Haters Club

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Sega has joined the ranks of people suing THQ for money. In a Delaware court filing, Sega claims that THQ was paid over $941k for preorders of Company of Heroes 2 through Steam, which Sega says should be paid to them since they now publish the game. Sega also claims that $508,877.85 has priority of debt due to Valve paying that amount to THQ after THQ filed for bankruptcy in December 2012.

Sega purchased developer Relic Entertainment along with the Company of Heroes series rights for $26.6 million during the THQ asset auction in January of this year. THQ currently owes more than $200 million to various creditors.