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Infinium Labs Listed On Frankfurt Stock Exchange

Representatives from Infinium Labs have announced that the company has been approved for listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, the largest of the eight German stock ex...

David Jenkins, Blogger

May 4, 2004

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Representatives from Infinium Labs have announced that the company has been approved for listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, the largest of the eight German stock exchanges. According to chairman and CEO Timothy M. Roberts the company has “seen a significant level of European interest in our Phantom Gaming Service. A Frankfurt listing will enhance awareness of the company and increase our corporate profile in the European investment community." As of yet the company has made no announcements regarding a launch in Europe, nor has it confirmed a precise US launch date for the Phantom broadband console. Source: PR Newswire

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