Bluebird Merchant Ventures – joint venture partner ‘declines to approve’ but this looks a blessing in disguise...
A “Management incentive scheme” announcement from Escape Hunt (ESC), with Chairman Richard Rose “pleased that we have put an appropriate incentive in place for our senior team which is aligned with the interests of our shareholders. In order to receive 100 per cent of the award, the team will have had to generate a compound shareholder return of 35 per cent per annum over four years. With this in mind, we are excited about the prospects for Escape Hunt and have a strong management team in place to deliver our strategy”. Hmmm!...
‘Escape room experiences’ company Escape Hunt (ESC) “is delighted to announce that all eight of its venues in England will reopen on Saturday 11 July 2020” and “welcomes yesterday's announcement by the Government of further support to the sector” – and the shares have currently responded up to 7.5p...
A “Result of the Open Offer” announcement which Escape Hunt (ESC), self-styled “a leading operator of escape rooms in the fast-growing experiential leisure sector, is pleased to announce”. The shares have though currently responded lower, further below 9p...
‘Escape rooms’ leisure company Escape Hunt (ESC) “is pleased to announce that it has launched remote versions of its most popular 5* rated escape room experiences Doctor Who: Worlds Collide and The Fourth Samurai via remote platforms” – and the shares have currently responded to 9.75p, more than 18% higher...
‘Escape rooms’ operator Escape Hunt (ESC) “is pleased to announce” results and a broker appointment. The shares are currently at 7.5p, more than 6% lower in response...
“Further to its announcement of 19 March 2020, Escape Hunt (ESC) provides a further update on mitigating actions taken in response to the COVID-19 pandemic”. The shares had fallen below 3p before that March announcement, closed that day at 3.5p and are currently 3.75p...
This was a dog of an RTO which Steve and I have regularly, and correctly, called out as such on this website. Sure no-one could have predicted Coronavirus but this is a disease that, largely, kills the sick and ailing and so Escape Hunt (ESC) is an obvious potential victim.
Hat tip to the UK’s No 1 private client broker for spotting this AIM casino accident waiting to happen.
A trading update from ‘escape the room’ experiences company Escape Hunt (ESC) includes “exceptional customer reviews for the three sites opened earlier this year are translating into good financial performance thus far with revenue and EBITDA contribution, relative to the number of games rooms opened, having met our expectations”. A current 114.5p share price though compares to a 135p placing price when joining AIM in May 2017…
‘Escape the room’ games company Escape Hunt (ESC) is “delighted” to announce the opening of an owner-operated site in Bristol and “excited about the further openings in the coming months”. However, the shares are a currently unchanged 113.5p – down from a 135p May AIM admission. Hmmm…
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