Beyoncé Knowles has reached an agreement with the video game company Gate Five who continued. The singer will make them nearly 90 million euros according to the New York Daily News.
Beyoncé Knowles has agreed to settle its dispute with Gate Five in a check for 90 million euros. The singer of 31 years had continued since 2010 by company Gate Five video games, based in Manhattan. The company officials said they had signed a multi-million contract with the star for the development of a video game Starpower: Beyoncé, according to the New York Daily News. According to the newspaper, the players would have been able to imitate Beyoncé. "To be commended for their dance, or advised on how to improve, with the voice of the singer herself." Beyoncé Knowles would probably withdrew from the contract in December 2010, which explains the lawsuit. Some argue that making statements that she would put 70 people out of work during the holidays, and would have cost millions of euro at Gate Five in research and development. Lawyers for the company also say Beyonce would have made "exorbitant" demands at the last minute. Defenders of the singer have any other version. According to them, it would be removed from the contract for good reason. Gate Five has lost its lenders and new investors have decided that 40% of the company's shares held by Beyoncé were too high.
The star has decided to settle the matter amicably. A website for the Supreme Court in Manhattan indicated Friday that an agreement had been reached. The details have not been published. Gate Five and Beyonce have not publicly responded.