Current report No. 8/2022 – Ten Square Games – one of the biggest mobile games development companies in Poland



Current report No. 8/2022 .

24 January 2022

The Management Board of Ten Square Games S.A., with its registered office in Wrocław (the “Company” or the “Issuer”), in reference to the information provided in Current Report No. 5/2022 of 20 January 2022, announces that as a result of a brokerage order placed through Ipopema Securities S.A., 8,355 own shares of the Issuer were purchased for the Company’s account on 24 January 2022, at an average price of PLN 285.63 per share. The purchased shares constitute 0.11% of the Issuer’s share capital and entitle to 8 355 votes at the Issuer’s General Meeting, which constitute 0.11% of the total number of votes at the Issuer’s General Meeting.

As a result of the transaction the Issuer holds in total 20,343 own shares corresponding to 20,343 votes at the General Meeting of Shareholders of the Company, representing 0.28% of its share capital and votes at the General Meeting of Shareholders of the Company. The shares were purchased as part of the Company’s own share buyback programme, which was launched by the Issuer’s Management Board’s resolution of 20 January 2022 on commencing the buyback of the Company’s own shares and detailed conditions and procedures for conducting the first tranche of the buyback of the Company’s own shares, adopted in execution of Resolution No. 7 of the Company’s Ordinary General Meeting of 23 June 2021 on authorising the Management Board to purchase, in the name and on behalf of the Company, the Company’s own shares and determining the principles for the purchase of the Company’s own shares by the Company and for creating a reserve capital.

The shares acquired as part of the transaction may be (i) cancelled (voluntary cancellation), (ii) exchanged for shares in the course of acquisitions made by the Company (iii) disposed of by the Company’s Management Board in any other manner permitted by law, taking into account the needs arising from its business.