The gaming company said it raised
The group said it is now in advanced talks over a possible deal which would constitute a reverse takeover. The suspension of the shares has been made as the talks continue.
24/7 said the proceeds from the share issue would be used to provide working capital, including the costs of due diligence and advisory fees related to the potential deal.
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