The Latest SPAC News and Rumors: July 13, 2023
by Marlena Haddad on 2023-07-13 at 11:33am

Below is a daily summary of links to the latest SPAC news and rumors gathered across the web. 

Latest SPAC News: PlayUp embarks on restructuring, close to selling US unit to public company, and PublicSq. launches EveryLife


PlayUp Reportedly Close to Selling US Unit to Public Company

Australia-based PlayUp is close to selling its US operations to an unidentified publicly company traded and will embark upon a significant restructuring, including sizable layoffs.

Last September, PlayUp announced plans to go public via a reverse merger with IG Acquisition Corp., a SPAC controlled by Bradley Tusk. That deal fell apart in January after IG Acquisition claimed PlayUp failed to provide material financial documents in the previous month. The offer valued the gaming company at $350 million.

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PublicSq. Launches EveryLife, a Wholly-Owned Subsidiary and Pro-Life Baby Brand

PSQ Holdings, Inc. (“PublicSq.”), the leading marketplace of patriotic businesses and consumers, proudly announces the commercial launch of its wholly-owned subsidiary EveryLife and its first direct-to-consumer product offerings. EveryLife introduces a line of premium baby products, including diapers and wipes, dedicated to celebrating and protecting the miracle of every life. The brand firmly believes that every individual, regardless of their background, socioeconomic status, or circumstances of conception, deserves love, support, and the right to life.

July is a significant month for PublicSq., as it works toward completion of its previously announced proposed business combination with Colombier Acquisition Corp. (NYSE: CLBR).

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