• Common shares of FansUnite (FANS) will begin trading on the TSX on July 5
  • The move is meant to increase its visibility to domestic and international institutional investors
  • Darius Eghdami, President of FansUnite sat down with Daniella Atkinson to discuss the news
  • FansUnite is a global sports and entertainment company focused on technology related to regulated online gaming
  • FansUnite Entertainment Inc. (FANS) opened trading at C$0.205

FansUnite (FANS) has received approval to list on the TSX.

The company’s common shares will commence trading on TSX under its existing symbol FANS on Tuesday, July 5th, 2022.

The listing follows several important corporate milestones since merging with Askott Entertainment in 2020. These include obtaining an Ontario gaming license and establishing a presence in New York’s sports betting market.

Darius Eghdami, President of FansUnite sat down with Daniella Atkinson to discuss the news.

“Uplisting to the TSX from the Canadian Securities Exchange is an accomplishment for any public issuer, as evidenced by the number of companies that successfully make the transition.

By trading on a larger exchange we are in a position to have greater reach to domestic and international institutional investors that are looking to add an established gaming operator to their portfolio.”

FansUnite is a global sports and entertainment company focused on technology related to regulated online gaming.

FansUnite Entertainment Inc. (FANS) opened trading at C$0.205.

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