Mr. Montague originally introduced the Million Dollar Bank Game under the name of "Falcon Games Unlimited".
When he ran into a trade mark issue with a company in England called "Falcon Games Limited" and after comparing legal filings on both sides through one of his attorneys, Mr. David Steiner, Esq, operating out of Century City, California at the time, Mr. Montague conceded that he had to abandon the name in favor of a new name. Fortunately, it was early enough in the game to change names.
So in August of 1989, Mr. Montague filed a new name under the name of Opal Star Industries to promote his name and his product line to the world market. Later on filing with Dunn & Bradstreet was made to make the name honorably known.
Opal Star Industries was further cleared by the State of California name availability listings offices for reserving corporate names. The DBA has been renewed every 5 years, faithfully, under the name of Opal Star Industries,to the current day.
update Ocrober 2012
the designer Kevin F. Montague has phased out the name Opal Star Industries in favor of KFFMenterprises as the new publishing name
brief history from the designer
Opal Star Industries originally opened it's doors for business on August 9th, 1989 under the direction of Kevin F. Montague as a DBA under the new business name. Working with Mr. Montague through the years has been his cousin, Charles M. Ryan, who helped with the more menial tasks of the business as well as invested into the new venture company name over the years. Mr. Ryan passed away in 2010 which is why Mr. Montague changed the name of the business to KFFMenterprises.