Animoca Brands to Acquire nWay For AU$11.4 Million

Animoca Brands (ASX:AB1), esports and gaming company announced that it will acquire nWay, a San Francisco-based gaming company for AU$11.4 million. nWay publishes Power Ranger Legacy Wars, with license rights from Lionsgate and Hasbro. The company reported unaudited revenues for the first eight months of 2019 reaching AU$10.2 million.

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nWay, based in San Francisco, has published the Power Rangers: Legacy Wars mobile game, with over 50 million downloads worldwide.

BuildingIQ Announces AU$1.06 Million Private Placement

BuildingIQ (ASX:BIQ), a clean energy technology company announced that it has completed a AU$1.06 million private placement. Funds raised are slated to be used across its Greenfield projects.

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Amid a construction boom, BuildingIQ plans to use funds for its greenfield projects as it continues to reposition itself into new markets.

MoneyMe Completes AU$45 Million IPO, Loan Originations Up

MoneyMe (ASX:MME), a fintech firm that services alternative loans completed its first day of trading on the Australian Stock Exchange in a AU$45 million initial public offering (IPO). The company’s gross loans originations were up 60 percent compared to the same time last year. in its first quarter of 2020 financial results.

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The consumer credit firm launched on the ASX on Wednesday (December 11) after reporting a 60 percent increase in loan originations.

Nitro Software IPO Raises Over US$110 Million

Nitro Software (ASX:NTO), PDF and esignature software firm held its initial public offering (IPO), raising AU$110.2 million. Shares had a price of AU$1.72, opening at AU$1.65 and closing at AU$1.52 in its first day of trading.

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In its first day of trading the PDF software firm shares dropped from AU$1.65 to AU$1.52. The firm will trade under the ticker ‘NTO’.

Netlinks Boosts Share Placement to AU$4 million

Netlinks (ASX:NET), cloud security company announced that it has raised its share placement to AU$4 million. The company is issuing ordinary shares at a price of AU$0.13 for the development of an IoT lab in Tokyo and its joint venture with iSoftStone in China.

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The cloud security company’s shares have skyrocketed over 415 percent year-to-date, from AU$0.03 to AU$0.16 as of Tuesday (December 10).

Afterpay Touch to Commence Share Purchase Program

Afterpay Touch (ASX:APT), a fintech firm announced an update on its share purchase program (SPP). The company had originally announced the the AU$30 million program in June, but had deferred the SPP following the request of the ASX to appoint an auditor to the transaction. On November 25, the company received a favourable report from an auditor and will now commence the SPP. Shares will be issued at AU$23, at a limit of AU$30 million.

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With over 149 percent gains year-to-date, the fintech firm is issuing a share purchase plan at AU$23 a share, capping at AU$23 million.

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