Black Pearl Software

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Black Pearl Software
Founded: 1992-06
Defunct: 1999
T-series code: T-100
Merged with: THQ
Headquarters: Chicago, Illinois, United States

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Black Pearl Software, Inc. (originally founded as Black Pearl Inc.) was a subsidiary of THQ founded on June 1992 by Lawrence David Siegel[1][2][3], son of Bert Siegel[4][5] (Bertram Leroy Siegel[6]), Co-Founder of Segasa, primarily focused on public company interim management with projects as diverse as satellite phone companies to heavy metal industrial plants. When THQ acquired the company in 1993[7], Lawrence Siegel was hired on a two year consulting agreement becoming its COO until 1995, serving as the executive producer of over one hundred THQ video games.

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