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Aspire Global admitted to trading on Nasdaq’s Nordic markets

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aq Stockholm welcomes Aspire Global to First North Premier after announcing that the trading in the online gaming service provider’s shares commenced today.

Belonging to the consumer services sector, Aspire Global is the 71st company to be admitted to trading on Nasdaq’s Nordic markets in 2017.

CEO of Aspire Global, Tsachi Maimon comments: “First of all, I would like to express my gratitude towards Nasdaq for their warm welcome and strong support throughout this process. We have met a fantastic interest from investors, including some established and renowned firms.

“I believe the strong demand for subscribing to Aspire Global’s shares confirms a high level of confidence in our strategy, the strength of our unique offering and the potential of our iGaming platform within the market.”

Adam Kostyál, Senior Vice President and Head of European listings at Nasdaq adds: “We welcome Aspire Global to Nasdaq First North Premier, our European growth market. Aspire Global is the most recent addition to our family of online gaming companies, and we look forward to supporting the company with the increased visibility that comes with a Nasdaq First North Premier listing.”

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