- Toronto-based esports media and betting company Rivalry is now traded on the TSX Venture Exchange
- Steven Salz, CEO and co-founder of the company said that Rivalry remains focused on building the most comprehensive betting and entertainment experience
- Rivalry plans to keep the positive momentum from the listing as a public company and engage strategic growth priorities
Earlier this week, Rivalry announced that it is now traded on the TSX Venture Exchange under the ticker “RVLY.” The esports media and the betting company plan to keep the positive momentum and follow up on some strategic priorities. Besides increasing its presence in regulated markets, Rivalry said that it will create new products and boost its casino games and traditional sports betting operations.
Rivalry Trades on the TSX Exchange as a Public Company
Internationally regulated esports media and betting company, Rivalry announced that its subordinate voting shares are now traded on the TSX Venture Exchange. This in other words means that the company has become a public company and trades under the ticker symbol “RVLY.” Currently, the Rivalry operates globally where permitted. Primarily focused on esports, Rivalry is dubbed as one of the most engaged esports betting brands globally.
“Listing publicly on the TSXV marks the next major step in Rivalry’s journey.”Steven Salz, Co-Founder and CEO of Rivalry
Rivalry’s CEO and co-founder, Steven Salz, shared his excitement by saying that the public listing was a major step for the company. Additionally, he outlined that Rivalry remains focused on “building the most comprehensive betting and entertainment experience for the next generation globally.” Salz stressed that the public listing is only the start of that process. In conclusion, he thanked all early investors and said that Rivalry is looking forward to mutual success.
The Company Plans to Keep Momentum, Follow Key Growth Objectives
Rivalry revealed that it is planning to keep the momentum with the public listing and execute on multiple priorities. The company said that will leverage its strength in esports betting to help grow its casino games and traditional sports betting operations.
Additionally, Rivalry said that it will focus on creating new products including but not limited to innovative multiplayer casino games which will be based on the company’s high-scale platform. The company added that it plans to scale up and increase the scope of its media portfolio.
Last but not least, Rivalry unveiled that it is planning on increasing its presence within regulated markets. The company said that it expects to launch its sports betting services in Australia in Q4, 2021. Moreover, Rivalry remains focused on the Canadian and other key global markets.