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Guild Esports – explaining a material uncertainty statement as it spoofs ahead of the bailout placing

Another day and another ramptastic announcement from Guild Esports (GILD). Of course it is nothing news but that is not the point. As it tried so hard to hide from investors, until I flushed it out on January 31, the company is running on vapours and needs to do a placing pronto (indeed it lied to its auditors and said one was already underway to get audit sign off) to avoid a duet with the Fat Lady.

GOTCHA: David Beckham’s Guild Esports – now an after hours accusation that its auditors have misled investors: what a clusterfuck

The FCA duly replied to my letter explaining how Guild Esports (GILD) had mislead investors with its 7 AM Results investors. And hey presto in a not unrelated development, at 6.29 PM yesterday – aka no-one is watching O Clock – Guild was forced to issue a fess up RNS. But it was a shambles and effectively says that the auditors lied in the annual report. It just gets worse and worse.

Letter to the FCA: Directors of David Beckham’s Guild ESports have surely deceived and broken the law

I do not wish to be obsessive but yet again we find that companies on the Standard List, which is regulated by the FCA ( no sniggering at the back), as opposed to the AIM Sewer, are issuing abridged results which, as a result of highly material omission, actively deceive investors. Canadian Overseas Petroleum (COPL) is a pioneer of such deception but David Beckham’s Guild Esports (GILD) has today taken this to a new level. I have written to the FCA

David Beckham’s Naughty Guild Esports is hiding something from you all: a material uncertainty and looming bankruptcy perhaps?

Guild Esports (GILD) has today published piss poor annual results for the year to September 30 but it has not published the full notes to the accounts or the annual report and will not do so until later today and then only on its website. So what is it hiding? I suggest that its auditors may have flagged up a material uncertainty and that is what is being hidden. I have asked the company if this material omission from the results is what it is hiding but it has declined to comment. Here are the maths on how close Guild is to bankruptcy.
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