The co-founder and former CEO of Telltale Games has filed a lawsuit against the studio citing a breach of contract.
Kevin Bruner left the company in 2017 after taking on the mantle of CEO two years earlier. Bruner helped found Telltale Games back in 2004.
He said at the time: "The time has come to pass the reins to someone that can better drive Telltale to the next level and realise all the potential that is here."
After his replacement as CEO by fellow co-founder Dan Connors, Bruner claims the studio was contractually obligated to provide him with information as he prepared to sell his holdings in the company.
However, Bruner says the board cut off contact with him and worked to have him removed from the studio entirely - denying their obligation to him. Further details of the lawsuit were made available in the Marin Independent Journal.