Looks like INCT is ready to be back in the limelight. InCapta, Inc. (OTC PINK: INCT), and its subsidiaries Play Celebrity Games and Stimulating Software, announced that Qwote and Bahja Rodriquez have signed to have Play Celebrity Games produce and launch game apps for their fan base. As per the press release, the company is making huge strides lately with  launching of five new mobile game apps that are available to install in the app stores of Google, Apple, Amazon and other stores internationally.

Earlier, InCapta Inc (OTCMKTS:INCT) had announced that the company appointed Chris “Broadway” Romero as its long-term consultant. Romero’s appointment reflects the company’s big push to solidify its range of celebrity apps. The company wants to give a more authentic flavor to its apps, which can appeal and enhance experience of its target audience. Earlier to this, InCapta had revealed that it is developing a mobile game for Marcus Cooper, famously known as Pleasure P. The company aims to leverage on the artist’s 4 million fans on social media platform.

Other stocks in focus include: GMCI Corp (OTCMKTS:GMCI), Opera Software SA (OTCMKTS:OPESY), Meda AB (OTCMKTS:MDABY), Mylan NV(NASDAQ:MYL)

Change in accountant

Among the top gainers for the day earlier, GMCI Corp (OTCMKTS:GMCI) topped as it added up almost 177% to $1.80. The exploration company updated its shareholders in December about the change in Registrant’s Certifying Accountant. The accounting firm, KLJ & Associated, LLP resigned due to uncertainty of the company to function as a going concern. Following which, the company appointed B F Borgers CPA PC as its independent accountant.

Acquisition buzz

OPERA SOFTWARE SA (OTCMKTS:OPESY) became the second top advancer during the previous session after it surged by more than 40% to $15.49. It was reported that the company is set to suggest its shareholders to agree to a $1.2 billion takeover offer by a group of Chinese companies. In August, the company had made public its intentions to be open for a takeover after its popularity in browser market dipped to a low of 1.5% market share. According to reports, Golden Brick Silk Road Fund Management and Qihoo 360, Kumlun and Yonglian Investment are among those, who have expressed their interest to acquire Opera.

Next to OPERA was Meda AB (OTCMKTS:MDABY), which surged by nearly 36% and maintained its gains post session to inch further up by 2.24% to $13.70. The optimism around the company built after Mylan NV(NASDAQ:MYL) announced that it intends to acquire Meda through $9.9 billion cash and stock deal. Meda’s high quality talent pool along side a sustainable and diversified global platform evoked interest in Mylan.