Better Collective issues 38,000 new shares for HLTV payment

By Gambling Insider

Affiliate Better Collective has announced it will be issuing 38,747 new shares as part of a payment.

Last year in February, Better Collective reached a deal to acquire esports platform Now due to the purchase agreement between the two, the board of directors has decided to complete a part of the payment in shares.

The directors have resolved to issue 38,747 new ordinary shares in Better Collective, which have a value of €387.47 ($467.52).

In a statement, Better Collective said the new shares have been subscribed by the sellers of at a price per share of SEK 233.19.

The price has been calculated by the volume weighted average share price of Better Collective’s shares during April 9 and April 22 of this year, as well as the SEK to euro exchange rate applied by the Swedish National Bank on April 22.

In fact, the price per share is around 6% above the closing price noted on April 22, 2021.

Now the new shares will be issued through VP securities under Better Collective’s ordinary International Securities Identification Number (ISIN).

They will be listed and tradable on the stock market in Stockholm following the registration of the new share capital by the Danish Business Authority. 

Better Collective says the new shares will “entail a dilution of approximately 0.1% for existing shareholders”.


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