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GOOD GAMER ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD MEMBERS

Good Gamer Entertainment Inc. has elected Adam Hudani and Gurminder Sangha to its board of directors following the company’s annual general and special meeting of shareholders on Dec. 23, 2021.

Mr. Hudani has spent over 10 years operating at the forefront of on-line gaming, anti-fraud and control operations. Prior to joining Good Gamer, Mr. Hudani oversaw casino, sportsbook and poker verticals for the GreySnow Group. Previous to this role, Mr. Hudani held a senior management role for Choxi, which was able to grow revenue to over $300-million in four years. He started his gaming career as fraud supervisor for Full Tilt Poker before moving into higher management roles with that organization.

Mr. Sangha is proposed to be a director of the resulting issuer. Mr. Sangha is experienced in the financial industry with a particular focus of providing advisory services to both private and publicly traded companies. Mr. Sangha is currently the chief executive officer of First Energy Metals Ltd. and a director of TSX Venture Exchange-listed Ineo Tech Corp. He brings over 18 years of diverse experience related to financial management, business leadership and corporate strategy. While serving as a board member of various publicly traded listed companies, he has led initiatives related to corporate finance, business development and corporate governance. Mr. Sangha holds an MBA from both Queens University and Cornell University.

About Good Gamer Entertainment Inc.

Good Gamer Entertainment is a real-money skill gaming operator and games developer that holds a 100-per-cent interest in its wholly owned subsidiary, Good Gamer Corp. Good Gamer’s principal business is operating its on-line e-sports skill-based real-money gaming tournament management platform in Canada and the United States. The tournament management platform allows players to compete against other users for real prizes in skill-based casual mobile games. All games on the tournament management platform are 100 per cent skill based and do not involve random number generation elements.

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