Zushi Games goes into administration

UK publisher Zushi Games has confirmed to MCV that it has entered administration.

The company’s co-founder and chairman Ian Stewart declined to comment further until the ongoing litigation processes are complete.

According to Companies House’s listings, Zushi Games officially entered administration on March 18th and has a receivership action against one or more of its properties.

The UK publisher was formerly known under the label of Zoo Games.

The firm renamed in March 2009 following a management buyout from its previous US owners Greenscreen, which bought the firm in 2008.

Zushi published titles such as Premier Manager and Jig-a-Pix. It was set to launch its first digital title, Premier Manager PSN, this summer.

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