The company had said on Monday it expected to raise up to $150 million from a new share issue as part of its planned initial public offering (IPO) in Warsaw.
“WSE is one of the most active gaming public stock exchange on the globe. I could not find a better place for Huuuge for the next chapter,” CEO Anton Gauffin told Reuters.
“The offering itself is a hybrid of primary and secondary. The primary portion is up to approximately 150 million dollars and the secondary shares is an approximate same amount…,” Gauffin also said.