Subject: Receipt of notification under Art. 69 section 1 of the Public Offering Act
Legal basis: Art. 70 section 1 of the Offerings Act – purchase or sale of major stock package
The Management Board of CD PROJEKT S.A. with a registered office in Warsaw, Jagiellońska 74 (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”) hereby announces that it has received a notification filed in compliance with Art. 69 section 1 of the act on public offering and conditions governing the introduction of financial instruments to organized trading and on public companies, by a shareholder of the Company, Mr. Michał Kiciński, to the effect that, following the increase in the Company share capital which the Company disclosed in Current Report no. 61/2020 of 4 December 2020, the proportion of votes controlled by Mr. Michał Kiciński had changed.
The notification states that, as of the date of its filing, Mr. Michał Kiciński controls 10 003 852 shares of Company stock, which afford 10 003 852 votes.
Prior to the aforementioned increase in the Company share capital these shares represented 10.41% of the Company share capital and accounted for 10.41% of the total number of votes at General Meetings of the Company.
Following the aforementioned increase, the 10 003 852 shares of Company stock held by Mr. Michał Kiciński, affording 10 003 852 votes, represent 9.94% of the Company share capital and account for 9.94% of the total number of votes at General Meetings of the Company.
Additionally, the notification submitted by the shareholder states that he does not control any subsidiary entities which hold Company stock, and that the circumstances identified in Art. 87 section 1 item 3 subitem c of the Offering Act do not exist.
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