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PR: Clockmedia Inc. pulls out of Fullhouse Entertainment N.V.

Discussion in 'Casino Industry Discussion' started by Casinomeister, Oct 23, 2006.

    Oct 23, 2006
  1. Casinomeister

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    Clockmedia Inc. pulls out of Fullhouse Entertainment N.V.
    October 22, 2006
    Clockmedia Inc. recovers its assets from Fullhouse Entertainment N.V.

    These assets include source code for all fully and partially completed games, all agreements, and gaming intellectual property.

    Mr. Jorge Mijares, President and CEO of Clockmedia Inc. declared The deal with Fullhouse Inc. only resulted in losses for Clockmedia Inc. as well as an attempt on behalf of Mercury Sports N.V. to maliciously take control of the source code without paying for it

    Although source code was placed into an escrow account for the purposes of the deal, Mr. Mijares successfully blocked the release of any source to Mercury Sports N.V, a 50% shareholder of Fullhouse Inc. contending Mercury Sports N.V never complied with its agreement to market the software properties and in fact conspired to ensure that any business opportunities were unsuccessful in an attempt to drive the other shareholders out of the company and keep the software for its own benefits.

    the copyright for the source code has always been in personal ownership, all the software involved is personally owned and its use is strictly assigned to Clockmedia as of now said Mr. Mijares after being asked about his plans to keep Fullhouse from claiming any ownership.

    Brian Woods can claim what he likes, if Mercury Sports or Fullhouse had any legal claims to any of my software, they can meet me in court, it is easy to put up a website and send letters to people in the industry and make false claims and accusations, it keeps him well away from the authorities scrutiny, much safer to run smear campaigns said Mr. Mijares.

    When prodded for more information, Mr. Mijares refused comment saying that he would not expound on what could be before a court of law in the very near future.

    suffice it to say, that any and all software Clockmedia Inc. paid for is now safely in the hands of its rightful owner and Clockmedias attorneys are now looking into libel action against Brian Woods as well as his sister Shiovean Woods, who serves as President of Eban Commerce in Toronto, as well as others who are yet to be named. Investigation is ongoing said Mr. Mijares.

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