Adidas has settled its lawsuit with THQ, the video game publisher, over the fitness game miCoach 24/7. Adidas had sued THQ in early March earlier over THQ's failure to make a game based on miCoach, its personal coaching and training system.

miCoach 24/7, the proposed title of the game, was intended to come out in January 2012 but the publisher informed Adidas in December 2011 that would not make the deadline.

In the lawsuit Adidas demanded more than $10 million in damages and an order that THQ not sell or transfer the rights of the game to anyone else.

Details of the settlement weren't disclosed. THQ won't be publishing the game.

“Adidas and THQ Inc. have amicably resolved the dispute, which will allow Adidas to get the miCoach game to market without delay and without compromising any of its unique features,” Adidas rep Frank Thomas told Gamesta. “Through the settlement, each party was recognized for and compensated for their important contributions to the game.”