(PROVIDENCE, R.I.) -- Curt Schilling, whose cash-strapped video game company 38-Studios bounced a check to the state on Thursday, spoke out about the situation on Facebook on Friday, ABC News New Bedford affiliate WLNE-TV reports.
"To all the prayers and well wishes to the team and families at 38, god bless and thank you! we will find a way, and the strength, to endure," Shilling said on his account.
The $1 million check that failed to clear was delivered to the Economic Development Corporation Thursday afternoon. Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee responded to the incident saying, "All along we knew, or, I knew, that this was a very volatile industry, and very risky, and that's what we're seeing the consequences of."
The EDC is still willing to take a late payment from 38-Studios, according to Chafee’s office.
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