Tiger Group Conducts Auction for Süperfad and THQ
Bidding is underway on audiovisual production, computer equipment, video editing systems, office furniture and other assets formerly owned by Süperfad and THQ. Tiger Group’s Remarketing Services Division is conduction the auction.
Bidding on the former assets of both companies at www.SoldTiger.com will close in rapid succession, live auction style, on September 17 at 10:30 a.m. (PT). A preview will be held at 13565 Larwin Circle, Santa Fe Springs, Calif. on September 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
“This auction offers tremendous opportunities for companies and individuals interested in high-end graphics workstations, Apple computer systems, Think Pad notebooks, Professional audio/video equipment, and contemporary furniture at auction prices,” said Jeff Tanenbaum, President of Tiger’s Remarketing Services Division.
Süperfad, a brand-driven design and live action design studio with locations in Los Angeles, Seattle and New York, ceased operations following a decision by the four partners to dissolve the company. THQ, an Agoura Hills, CA-based developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in December 2012.
The audiovisual production equipment includes a Canon 5D Mark llI and other DSLR cameras with a variety of lenses, Panasonic P2 & Black Magic Cinema Digital Video Cameras and Arri Lighting Equipment. Available video editing systems include two Autodesk Flame Systems, as well as significant server, network and storage support systems. Computer equipment to be sold includes more than 100 Mac Pro, iMac, Mac Mini and MacBook Pro Laptops, as well as 50 i7 & i5 Lenovo Think Pad notebook computers. Additionally, furniture, furnishing and support items will be sold.
Among the pieces of office furniture being auctioned are more than 80 Herman Miller Aeron Chairs, as well as couches, tables, lamps, and desks.
For a full description of the inventory and other auction details, visit click here.
Previously on abfjournal: THQ Receives Approval for Liquidation Plan, July 17, 2013