eGames, Inc. - Specimen Stock Certificate

eGames, Inc. - Specimen Stock Certificate

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eGames, Inc. - Specimen Stock Certificate
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Beautifully engraved specimen certificate from the eGames, Inc. printed in 1999. This historic document was printed by the Columbia Financial Printing Company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of the company's name and logo. This item has the printed signatures of the company’s president and controller and is a very desirable certificate from one of the roller coaster Dot Com companies. This is the only specimen certificate we have seen of this company. eGames, Inc., headquartered in Langhorne, PA, develops, publishes and markets a diversified line of personal computer software primarily for consumer entertainment and personal productivity. The Company promotes the eGames(TM), Game Master Series(TM), Multi-Pack and Galaxy of Home Office Help(TM) brand names in order to generate customer loyalty, encourage repeat purchases and differentiate the eGames Software products to retailers and consumers. eGames --Where the "e" is for Everybody! eGames, Inc. was formerly RomTech, Inc. and adopted the eGames name in March 1, 1999. On February 9, 2001 the company issued the following Press Release: LANGHORNE, Pa., Feb. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- eGames, Inc. (Nasdaq: EGAM), a leading publisher and developer of Family Friendly(TM), value-priced computer software games, today announced that it has filed a request for an oral hearing before a Nasdaq Listing Qualifications Panel to appeal the Nasdaq Staff determination that eGames has failed to meet the continued listing requirements of the Nasdaq SmallCap Market. As a result of the appeal, eGames' common stock will continue to be quoted on the Nasdaq SmallCap Market pending the hearing. Pursuant to Nasdaq's internal policies, the hearing is expected to be held within 45 days of the filing of the appeal. As eGames previously disclosed, Nasdaq advised eGames on November 10, 2000 that the Company's common stock had failed to meet the minimum bid price requirement of $1.00 for a period of 30 consecutive trading days as required for continued listing on the Nasdaq SmallCap Market. Nasdaq advised eGames that if it did not meet the standard by February 8, 2001, then eGames common stock would be subject to delisting from the Nasdaq SmallCap Market on February 12, 2001. If eGames is delisted from the Nasdaq SmallCap Market, the Company's stock would then be traded on the OTC Bulletin Board. Jerry Klein, President and Chief Executive Officer of eGames, said, "While the outcome of this hearing will determine where our stock will trade, it does not affect our overall business strategy. Specifically, we remain very focused on our continued strategy of developing high quality, Family Friendly(TM) computer games and bringing them to the public through our relationships with leading retailers, particularly those in the food and drug chains, as well as through our Web site. This, combined with our eGames browser strategy, continues to be the focus of our marketing efforts as we pursue our growth strategy." About eGames


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