Versus Systems Announces Voluntary Delisting From Canadian Securities Exchange
February 22, 2021 (Source) — Versus Systems Inc. (“Versus” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: VS) (CSE:VS) (FRANKFURT:BMVB) today announced plans to withdraw its common shares from listing on the Canadian Securities Exchange (the “CSE”) effective February 25, 2021. Versus’ common shares (CUSIP 92535P808) have been traded on the CSE since 2016 under the symbol VS, the same as its Nasdaq symbol. Following the recent listing of its shares on the Nasdaq Capital Market, the Company has decided to withdraw from the CSE. Versus will continue to trade on the Nasdaq Capital Market under the symbol VS and on the Frankfurt stock exchange under the symbol BMVB and will continue to be a Canadian Reporting Issuer.
About Versus Systems
Versus Systems Inc. has developed a proprietary in-game prizing and promotions engine that allows publishers, developers, and creators of games, apps, and other interactive media content to offer real world prizes inside their content. Players, viewers and users can choose from among the offered prizes and then complete in-game or in-app challenges to win the prizes. The Versus platform can be integrated into mobile, console, and PC games, as well as streaming media and mobile apps. For more information, please visit www.versussystems.com or visit the official Versus Systems YouTube channel.
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