Live online gaming solutions provider Evolution Gaming Group (STO: EVO), has begun trading its shares on the main market of the Nasdaq Stockholm exchange after being de-listed from the Nasdaq First North Premier subordinate on Monday.
Established in 2006, Stockholm-based Evolution Gaming Group’s innovations utilize the Internet in order to allow players to enjoy real-time games of blackjack, roulette and baccarat as well as numerous versions of poker from the comfort of their own homes with the firm recently inking a deal that will see it open a new 16,000 sq ft studio in western Canada by the end of the year.
“The list change is an important milestone for Evolution Gaming Group,” read a statement from Martin Carlesund (pictured), Chief Executive Officer for Evolution Gaming Group. “Our public journey started in 2015 with the listing on the Nasdaq First North Premier and now continues on the 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.”
Yesterday saw Evolution Gaming Group, which employs around 3,800 people and offers its solutions to over 100 operators across Europe, announce plans to bring an enlarged progressive jackpot feature to its Casino Hold‘Em game and the Swedish firm’s shares are now being traded under the Nasdaq Stockholm’s large cap segment with its ticker designation and international securities identification number remaining unchanged.
“We welcome Evolution Gaming Group to the Nasdaq Stockholm main market,” read a statement from Adam Kostyal, Senior Vice-President for the Nasdaq Stockholm. “We are excited to see yet another company grow and transfer from the Nasdaq First North Premier to the main market and we look forward to supporting Evolution Gaming Group with the increased investor exposure that comes with a main market listing.”