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So it seems like the deal THQ quietly tried to hold with investment firm "Clearlake" to take the whole company might not be going through as first thought. Clearlake has offered $60 million for the control of the whole company, with the deal supposed to close this week, but new developments means a judge has agreed with opposition filings from some of THQ's creditors that say the 60 million figure is too low. There are at least ten potential buyers for THQ and these have contacted the company after finding out it was for sale. The problem according to the court was that THQ tried to keep things too quiet and under wraps.
So it looks like a possible bright future for THQ and its subsiduaries/partners. Company of Heroes 2 is on the cusp of a spring release, that might be the most immediate effect should the company be sold in to different brands rather than as a whole business. These are some of the possibilities should companies and licenses get sold off to multiple bidders though larger companies such as Warner Bros. have shown an active inerest in bidding.