Celebrates its Triumph as It Regains Nasdaq Compliance After Impressive Market Rebound


In a remarkable rebound, the formerly controversial online lottery platform, (NASDAQ: LTRY), announced on Thursday that it had successfully regained its listing compliance with the prominent stock exchange, Nasdaq. This was achieved after the gaming company succeeded in maintaining a minimum market value of publicly held shares, abbreviated as MVPHS, of not less than $5 million over a consecutive 10 day period. As revealed by information published by financial markets platform Seeking Alpha, the Texas-based digital lottery provider flaunted a market capitalization closing figure of approximately $9.97 million, solidifying its resurgence.

Central to the company’s ambition for future growth is their regained listing compliance. In a statement,’s CEO, Matthew McGahan assertively emphasized the inherent value of their status as a Nasdaq-listed entity, crediting it with providing a democratic decision-making approach and enabling a wide range of stakeholders to head-on influence the future developments and opportunities within both and its affiliated entity,

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However, this triumph has not been without setbacks. The company’s shares recorded a plunging performance, falling 19.19% year-to-date and seeing a substantial 76.61% slump over the preceding 12 months. The operator, following a merger with the specialized purpose acquisition company Trident Acquisitions Corp, entered the public realm in October 2021.

It has been an arduous journey for in its quest to regain Nasdaq compliance. The path has been littered with controversy that included a wave of high-profile executive departures in 2022 and mounting concerns surrounding the enduring viability of the business. Subsequently, the company weathered a storm fraught with upheaval and regulatory disputes that resulted in the stock’s temporary inability to trade on the Nasdaq, only to be reinstated in June 2023.

Ailing from the controversies of the past, made public in December a roster of fresh leadership appointments and a critical infusion of $18 million in finances backed by Prosperity Investment Management. In February, the Southern District of New York’s United States District Court dismissed a class-action lawsuit brought forth against by a disgruntled investor.

Despite these tremendous strides, it’s clear that has a significant amount of ground yet to cover to restore confidence among market players and broaden its investor base. In light of the company’s limited market capitalization, its near-term inclusion in widely tracked equity indexes remains unlikely. This factor stifles potential buying power for as active and passive funds that usually invest in these indexes will likely not purchase the newly added stocks. Add to this the closing stock price of $2.19, which poses as an obstacle due to the fact that many professional fund managers are inhibited from purchasing stocks priced below $5 or $10. Nevertheless, the resilient team at remains optimistic and committed to their mission.