Invest in the local games scene for just $0.20 a share, by backing Stirfire Studios in their Initial Public Offering. Set to close Sept 15th, this IPO is the first time an Australian-owned games business has gone public, so if you’re interested in investing now is your chance!
The Company’s proposed listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) will provide Stirfire with a more visible and prominent profile to better construct new products, promote, market and commercialise the Company’s products and services. It will also provide an orderly and transparent platform for Shareholders and interested investors to trade the Company’s Shares.
The funds raised from this Offer will be used primarily for pre and post-production game development, marketing, software and hardware, the costs of the Offer and general working capital. The Prospectus contains detailed Information about the Company’s operations, business plan and financial position.
Founded in 2010, Stirefire are behind such games as virtual reality puzzler Symphony of the Machine, and the diabolical downward-scrolling platformer Freedom Fall. In addition to creating interactive experiences to entertain the masses, the studio has also connected with other organisations to develop games with serious applications, such as the Driving Distraction Simulator with the Road Safety Commission and Safety Beach with Surf Life Saving WA.
Sound like a business you can get behind? View the Stirfire Studios Prospectus for more information on the IPOs, or visit their website for more details on the studio itself.