Indie digital distribution site Desura is having problems paying developers, it has been revealed. A blog post on the site outlines a variety of reasons behind the delays, with the hospitalisation of the company CEO and a recent move to a new office among the chief factors.
Originally owned by Second Life developer Linden Labs, Bad Juju bought the site in 2014, and the transition between owners has obviously been problematic for all concerned.
"The acquisition of the company last year has presented us with a number of very difficult issues to tackle, and we have been clearing those hurdles as efficiently as we are able," head of developer relations Lisa Morrison wrote.
"There are delays, and issues which need work to correct, but we will absolutely be paying all accounts due. We are taking this very seriously [and] we are already working on changes.
"The entire site and client are being completely redone, to give developers far more control. Please bear with us a little while longer as we implement the changes that are needed."