Japanese social games firm DeNA has published documents giving more details about its acquisition of US mobile startup ngmoco.
One English document that has been published on DeNA’s IR site outlines the terms of the deal.
The maximum acquisition consideration is $403 million, of which up to $100 million will be an earnout dependent on financial results.
The $303 million upfront breaks down as follows:
– $146 million in common stocks
– $27 million in warrants of DeNA
– $128 million in cash
The $100 million earnout, meanwhile, will be based on ngmoco’s financial results for 2011, and break down as follows:
– $31 million in common stocks
– $12 million in warrants of DeNA
– $56 million in cash
For a more in-depth analysis of the figures, head over to sister site ME.