The gaming giant whose market capitalisation reached 8.03 billion Euros on the Warsaw Stock Exchange this week, has now overtaken Paris-based industry heavyweight Ubisoft.
Warsaw-based Games Operator made its successful debut on the market having finalized their share allocation in March amid the COVID-19 panic.
An increase of over 4.4 million PLN in revenue in only two years has sent investors flocking to the company.
The share of each participant will be calculated depending on its free float, the amount of shares that are in the public’s hands. The share of the biggest companies will be capped at 10 percent.
Polish companies are attractive for foreign institutional investors, especially as the country’s economy is developing dynamically, believe participants of the CEE Capital Markets conference in London.
Polski Bank Komórek Macierzystych (Polish Stem Cell Bank, PBKM), a company listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), won a prestigious competition for the most innovative company, co-organised by the European Commission.
The agreement will help the Polish stock exchange to attract Israeli start-up and technology companies to invest in the Polish stock exchange.