Games Global Pushes Back Initial Public Offering (IPO)

Games Global Limited has announced the postponement of its initial public offering (IPO) in the United States. Despite robust investor interest and the Company’s strong business performance, including its recent entry into the U.S. gaming market, the Board of Directors has decided to delay the offering to ensure the best interests of stakeholders are met.

Navigating Strategic Decisions

Walter Bugno, CEO of Games Global, expressed disappointment over the postponement but emphasized confidence in the Company’s strategy. He stated, “While we are disappointed not to be entering the public markets in the near term, meeting with investors during this IPO process has further cemented our confidence in our strategy.” Bugno followed up by saying, “With a strong balance sheet, healthy margins, and meaningful growth, an IPO at this point in time was an accelerator, not an absolute necessity, for our business strategy. Our team remains committed to delivering the most innovative games on the market. We will continue to monitor the capital markets going forward and make the appropriate reconsiderations as to an IPO in the future.”

Although a registration statement has been filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the securities have not yet become effective. This means that offers to buy and sell these securities cannot be accepted until the registration statement is effective. The Company reiterated that this press release does not constitute an offer to sell or solicitation to buy, and any sale of securities will comply with applicable securities laws.

Games Global Limited remains committed to evaluating strategic opportunities aligned with its long-term objectives, including potential reconsiderations for an IPO in the future.

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