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Nasdaq resumes trading of Nexters shares and warrants

Nexters Inc., an international game development company based in Cyprus, has announced that, following a press release issued by Nasdaq on 15 March, trading of Nexters’ ordinary shares (“GDEV”) and warrants (“GDEVW”) has resumed. Nasdaq’s suspension of trading of Nexters’ stock and warrants was in effect from 28 February, 2022.

“Since Nexters’ inception in 2010, we shared a vision to be a global company with employees, partners and players across the world. Our listing on Nasdaq in 2021 was an important milestone and a foundation to our long term strategy. For the last year, we have worked hard to obtain permission for our shares and warrants to trade again on Nasdaq. We are thrilled to announce that GDEV is back,” said Andrey Fadeev, CEO and co-founder of Nexters. “We also would like to thank all our stakeholders for their support and patience during the difficult time of the trading halt.”

Natasha Braginsky Mounier, chairperson of Nexters’ Board of Directors, added: “Nexters has taken huge strides in improving corporate governance and strategic sustainability during a tumultuous year - all while maintaining the resiliency of its core business. We have proudly demonstrated rigorous adherence to the high standards of Nasdaq and SEC. And despite all the turbulence, Nexters remained dedicated to its core mission of interactive entertainment at a global scale.”

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