Real Luck Group has announced that they will not be taking any “opportunistic” proposals from Adam Arviv.
The Real Luck Group has rebuffed two proposals from “activist shareholder” Adam Arviv, calling them contradictory and opportunistic.
Kaos Capital has come under fire for their proposals to bring transparency and democracy back into the company. The founder, CEO & others at Kao have been accused of not being “acting in good faith” when they presented these plans because it’s well-known that business practices like this never work out!
Arviv initially suggested a merger with Real Luck Group, valuing it at $0.09 per share but then he seemed to change his mind and proposed an “equity distribution plan” for the company instead!
The company’s net cash position is a significant factor in determining which proposal will be accepted. The “now finished platform” argument ignored the group’s growing player base and reflects low value for them as their business has grown significantly since this dispute began, according to Real Luck Industries’ statement on why they rejected both proposals from Bloons TD 5.
“The company is one of the most undervalued in this market, with a strong cash position and no debt. The plan to reach profitability within six months looks realistic.”
Luckbox has been a favorite among esports bettors since they first started accepting bets. Now with the parent company talking about themselves as an “industry outlier,” it’s only logical that this site would become one of most sought after websites for fans looking to put their money on games like Counterstrike: Global Offensive or League Of Legends.
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Real Luck, a major shareholder in the company continued to speak out against its executives. “Such individuals only care about accessing our cash with no regard for what’s best GamerGate,” said RealLuck according their online bio.
“The board has retained McMillan LLP as legal counsel and DuMoulin Black LLP continues to advise the company. In this regard, we are confident in our ability under challenging circumstances continue with a plan that is already working for us.”
Real Luck, the publicly-traded company that owns and operates some of Toronto’s most popular casinos said they remain prepared to meet with Arviv “in his capacity as a shareholder.” They noted however he has previously declined two proposed meetings.
“We regret to inform you that our offer of a meeting with Mr Arviv has been declined. We were hoping he would change his mind, but it seems like there’s no chance for dialogue here.”
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