Betta’s latest shareholding ratio: Tencent rose to 38%, the two founders held 18%

Betta’s latest shareholding ratio: Tencent rose to 38%, the two founders held 18%
News on April 29, according to Douyu (DOYU.(US) The FY2019 annual report document (20-F) delivered to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) shows that the company’s substantial net revenue was 72.8 ppm (RMB, the same below), an annual increase of 99%; the net profit is 33.3 million yuan, and the net profit attributable to the company’s common shareholders is 39.8 million yuan.This official version of the annual report also disclosed Douyu’s latest shareholding disclosure. Among them, Tencent Holdings, the largest shareholder, and the shareholdings of the two founders both increased slightly, respectively, 38%, 14.7% and 2%.As of March 31, 2020, based on approximately 31.75 million common shares issued and circulated by the company (the same below), the company’s founder and CEO Chen Shaojie held approximately 4.68 million common shares, accounting for 14.7% has 14.7% of the voting power is the company’s second largest shareholder.The prospectus revealed last year that Chen Shaojie held 13 shares after the IPO.3% has 13.3% voting rights.Betta co-founder and co-CEO Zhang Wenming holds about 630,000 shares of common stock, accounting for 2%, and has 2% of the voting rights.Prospectus last year showed that Zhang Wenming holds 1 share.7% has 1.7% voting rights.In the prospectus for the listing of Douyu, its board of directors established a governance committee, a compensation committee, an audit committee, a governance committee, and a compensation committee. The members were Chen Shaojie, co-founder, co-founder Zhang Wenming, and an independent natural person. Chen Shaojie also servedThe above two persons are the chairman of a committee. These two committees have variables such as election of directors, corporate governance and decision compensation. The audit committee is composed of three independent natural persons.In terms of institutional shareholders, Tencent Holdings, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Nectarine Investment Limited, holds approximately 12.07 million common shares of Douyu, accounting for 38% and 38% of the voting rights, and is the company’s largest shareholder.The prospectus announced last year shows that Tencent holds 37% of its shares.2% is the company’s largest shareholder.Sequoia Capital China and affiliated funds of other groups hold a total of 2.94 million shares of common stock, accounting for 9.3% has 9.3% voting rights.Phoenix Fuju Limited holders have about 1.81 million ordinary shares, accounting for 5.7% have 5.7% of the voting rights. The prospectus announced last year shows that Phoenix Fuju Limited holds 5 shares.6%.As of December 31, 2019, the company’s total assets were 9.1 billion in cash, and cash equivalents and cash balances were 81.4 trillion; total debt is 18.400 million yuan.During the same period, the company realized a net cash inflow from operating activities8.1 trillion; net cash flow from investment activities decreased by 2.500 million yuan; net cash flow from financing activities 18.900 million yuan.As of December 31, 2019, the company has a total of 3.3.8 billion registered users, an increase of 33% over the same period; the average monthly active users on mobile increased from 42.1 million in Q4 2018 to 54.4 million in Q4 2019;66 billion.In 2019, the company ‘s estimated annual number of online live broadcast users totals 17.5 million.Sauna, Ye Wang Bai Jinlei Editor Yue Caizhou Proofreading Liu Baoqing