Dermot Smurfit sells $2.5 million worth of his shares in GAN
The chief executive of the online gaming company now has 1.7 million shares in the online gaming company, which are worth just over $20.5 million
Dermot Smurfit, the chief executive of online gaming company GAN, sold $2.5 million worth of shares in his company last week, stock exchange filings show.
The sale left Smurfit with 1.7 million shares in the company, which are worth just over $20.5 million at the current share price of $12.
The news comes after GAN announced its third-quarter financial results last week, which showed total revenue of $32.3 million, down 7 per cent on the previous quarter’s figure of...
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