New London-AIM share issue sees Gaming Realms raise £1.1 million

first_img News UK recruits Simon Collins to lead its revamped betting & gaming division November 5, 2019 Michael BuckleyUpdating the market, London AIM-listed industry mobile games and platform developer Gaming Realms Plc has confirmed that it has raised £1.1 million (before expenses) following its subscription of +10 million new shares.Priced at 0.10p each, Gaming Realms governance details that the new subscription represents approximately 3.8% of the firms existing share capital.Updating investors, Gaming Realms detailed that the proceeds of the raised capital would used ‘to increase unique game creation to enhance the game library for both our real money gaming platform and licensing the content on our remote game server.’The firm’s latest share subscription, saw Gaming Realms managing directors Michael Buckley (Executive Chairman), Patrick Southon (CEO) and Simon Collins (founding team partner) contribute to the round.In its H1 2017 interim results, Gaming Realms governance stated that it was pleased with the firm’s outlook and expectations, having closed a busy period for the firm in which it secured major games development contracts for ITV’s popular ‘Love Island’ TV show.The new share application has been officially made with the London AIM and is expected to be cleared by 14 August. StumbleUpon Gaming Realms agrees on takeover of Bear Group February 22, 2019 Related Articles Submit Share Share No-deal Brexit “could have huge ramifications” for racing January 4, 2019last_img read more

‘You are certain to see Celtic do this many times this season’

first_img1 Celtic kick off the Scottish Premiership season Celtic kicked off the defence of their Scottish Premiership title with a 2-0 home win over Ross County at Parkhead.Leigh Griffiths gave the home side the lead with a goal from the spot after only four minutes.However, the striker hobbled off after 19 minutes with an injury which could leave him struggling for the second-leg of the Hoops’ Champions League third qualifier against Qarabag in Azerbaijan on Wednesday night.Midfielder Stefan Johansen doubled Celtic’s lead in the 35th minute after referee Willie Collum had angered the visitors by only showing Parkhead keeper Craig Gordon a yellow card for a ‘last man’ challenge outside the box on former Celt, Jackson Irvine.Gordon went on to make a couple of good saves as the Dingwall men tried to battle back, but Celtic began the campaign with what is certain to be the first of many victories as they aim for a fifth successive title.last_img read more