Edmonton, Jan. 4, 2008 - SplitFish AG (SplitFish), a leader in video game hardware innovation, today announced that it is now listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, trading with the stock symbol 54S.
SplitFish has 30,000,000 common shares issued and outstanding. There are no special shares, other share classes, warrants or stock options issued.
SplitFish AG is the parent company based in Switzerland and owns 100% in both its subsidiaries - SplitFish GameWare Inc (Canada) and Nabon Corp (Canada).
Both SplitFish GameWare Inc and Nabon Corp are Canadian Corporations with Nabon Corp also having registration for operations in the P.R. China.
The Directors of SplitFish AG are Mr. Ken Tetterington, Dr. Martin Grossmann, and Dr. Lars Mathiassen. The key Officers of SplitFish AG is Mr. Francisco Schipperheijn, Mr. Nan Liu, Mr. Jason Johnson, and Mr. Kevin Rennie.
SplitFish's business is to research, develop, design and bring to market unique products to the video game industry. The operating subsidiary has been active in the industry since 2005 having completed its second full year.
SplitFish is a developer of original patent pending video game hardware technologies that include the FragFX controller, EyeFX 3D Adapter, EdgeFX Controller, MotionFX Tilt-sensing Adapter, GlideFX Trackball Controller, and the DualFX Laser Gun. More information is available on the company web site at www.splitfish.com or www.splitfish.de.
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