Evolution Gaming moves listing onto the Nasdaq Stockholm Exchange

Updating investors, industry live games developer Evolution Gaming Group AB has informed that it has been approved listing on the Nasdaq Stockholm Exchange main market.

The company upgrades its listing from the Nasdaq First North Premier and will move to debut its placement as a Nasdaq Stockholm enterprise on Wednesday 7 June. Evolution Gaming governance informed its current shareholders that it would close North Premier trading later today (5 June 2017).

Joining the main Nasdaq Stockholm market, Evolution Gaming will trade under the exchange ticker of ‘EVO’. The company further detailed that it would not issue new shares in conjunction with its listing.

Evolution Gaming has recently undertaken a restructuring of its leadership team, with Co-Founder and former CEO Jens von Bahr being appointed Executive Chairman. Last October the firm confirmed the promotion of Martin Carlesund as Group CEO.

Carlesund, CEO of Evolution Gaming commented on the listing:

“The listing change is an important milestone for Evolution Gaming. Our public journey started in 2015, with the listing on Nasdaq First North Premier, and now continues on Nasdaq Stockholm’s main market. The change is another confirmation of the company’s continued development. A listing on the main list will further enhance the brand and support our growth,” Martin Carlesund, CEO of Evolution.

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