SEC says Christian video game maker schemed with investor

Left Behind Games never turned a profit, faced financial trouble

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking into the business practices of the owner of a Christian video game maker and one of his investors.

Although Troy Lyndon, the founder and chief executive officer of Left Behind Games Inc., said his company was profitable, the SEC claims the company actually never turned a profit and was facing financial difficulties, according to its complaint filed in Hawaii on Tuesday.


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