Beyonce Sued For $100 Million By Video Game Makers
A software developer is suing Beyoncé Knowles for pulling out of a deal to create a motion-sensing dance video game, seeking more than $100 million In an exclusive story, (New York Magazine’s Vulture.com) is reporting that video game production company Gate Five has filed a lawsuit against Beyonce for breach of contract.
Gate Five tells Vulture.com they entered into a deal to create a “motion-sensing dance video game” with the pop singer entitled Staypower: Beyonce the motion-sensing game would have allowed players to dance along with hits like “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It).”
However Gate Five claim things change to give an actual quote “In early December everything was still a go. And then the week of Christmas, she said that’s it, I don’t want to hear from you guys, go away, resulting in 70 people losing their jobs,” said Gate Five founder Greg Easley in the interview.
The summons goes further claiming that Beyoncé’s actions were “so unscrupulous that her then manager (who is also her father) renounced them.”