Company Release
Next Games Corporation shares subscribed for with stock options

Published November 30, 2017


A total number of 24 292 Next Games Corporation shares have been subscribed for with stock options. These shares are expected to be entered into the trade register on 7th of December 2017, as of which date the new shares will carry equal shareholder rights with the company's existing shares. Public trading is expected to begin on Nasdaq First North marketplace operated by Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd as of 8th of December 2017 together with the existing shares.

The share subscription price was EUR 1.97 or EUR 2.66 per each four shares. The entire subscription price of EUR 12 981.56 will be recorded in the reserve for invested unrestricted equity, and the company's share capital remains unchanged. The shares have no nominal value.

After the subscriptions, the number of Next Games Corporation's shares will rise to 18 218 782 shares.

The option schemes are based on the Equity Plans of 2014 and 2015. The terms and conditions of the Equity Plans with additional information are available on Next Games website at


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Next Games

Next Games (Helsinki Nasdaq First North: NXTGMS) is the first publicly listed mobile game developer and publisher in Finland, specializing in games based on entertainment franchises, such as movies, TV series or books. The developers of the critically acclaimed The Walking Dead: No Man's Land redefines the way franchise entertainment transforms into highly engaging service-based mobile games. The Walking Dead: No Man's Land, based on the popular AMC TV series, has been downloaded over 20 million times, with the game mirroring events as they occur in the show. Currently Next Games is working on three new games based on popular entertainment franchises including a mobile game for the popular Blade Runner franchise and an innovative location-based augmented reality game,  The Walking Dead: Our World. Next Games employe over 100 people and is based in Helsinki, Finland.