Framingham Technology Company Files For Bankruptcy in U.S. District Court

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FRAMINGHAM – A decade-old Framingham company has filed for bankruptcy.

Beamable, previously Disruptor Beam, a video game technology company filed Chapter 11 in U.S. Bankruptcy Court this month. Filings were on October 1 and on October 8.

Located at 100 Pennsylvania Avenue in Framingham, the company had about 95 employees, a couple of years ago.

The company reported $3.4 million in liabilities, including $1 million owed to a venture capital fund, in court filings.

Jonathan Radoff, is the co-founder and CEO. He is also one of the 6 board members.

The company’s product allows game developers who use Unity 3D to implement Games as a Service using a drag-and-drop interface. Beamable had produced video games on popular TV shows like Game of Thrones and the Walking Dead.

In 2014, the company announced a partnership with CBS to create Star Trek Timelines, a strategy roleplaying game featuring characters from all of the Star Trek eras.


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