CD Projekt is expected to face a class-action lawsuit by the end of the next month. However, the company still doesn’t know how much money this group of investors wants.
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On May 25, CD Projekt CFO Piotr Nielubowicz confirmed the information to the Polish website Bankier.pl. “The proper lawsuit should be submitted to the court at the end of June,” he said.
The company also revealed last week that four class-action lawsuits have been consolidated into one. CD Projekt is accused of violating the US Securities Act and misleading its investors with false messages about Cyberpunk 2077, especially its version for past-gen consoles.
In other news about the company, CD Projekt announced that it will pay PLN 503.7 million (around $137 million) from its annual profit to dividends for its shareholders. The payout date is set for June 8.
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