Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has decided to move his video game company, 38 Studios LLC, from Massachusetts to a more financially friendly state, Rhode Island. A recent Boston.com article discusses the debate occuring over the move and whether enough was done by Mass. government to keep the game company in-state. MBBP attorney Michael Cavaretta states he believes Massachusetts should have done more to keep them here. He says:
With government assistance, Greater Boston could someday rival San Francisco, Los Angeles, or Seattle as a center for video game design. To get to that level, [offering] some incentives would certainly help.
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