According to rumours, Chinese mobile developer, publisher and tools outfit Chukong Technologies has postponed its planned US IPO.
The company filed its plans with the US Securities and Exchange Commission for a NASDAQ listing in February 2014.
It was planning to raise around $150 million.
Marbridge Daily now cites an email from CEO Chen Haozhi saying the company will delay its plans until later in 2014 while it looks to split its game development and publishing operations from its Cocos-2d development tools business.
Haozhi thinks that the market is undervaluing the company because the tools operation isn't generating any revenues.
Chukong reported turnover of around $60 million (RMB 366 million) in the first quarter of 2014. That's up 208 percent.
Net profit was $2 million, compared to a loss of $8 million in Q4 2014.
The main revenue driver for the company remains its Fishing Joy series, which generated $65 million in 2013, and around $21 million during Q1 2014.
The company has raised over $83 million in VC funding, including $50 million in October 2013.