– CANADA, Toronto – Millennial Esports Corp. (TSX:GAME | OTCQB:MLLLF), announces that Peter Liabotis and Bryan Reyhani have joined the Board of Directors to replace Seth Schorr and David Fawcett who have resigned.

“On behalf of the board of Millennial Esports Corp, I would like to thank Seth Schorr and Dave Fawcett for all their hard work and dedication during the past two years,” said Alex Igelman, Executive Chairman and Director of Millennial Esports Corp. “Seth was one of the early believers in the esports space and played a key role, especially in our formative stage, and David has played a strategic role since the early days of PGL. Thank you both for your generous service.”

Igelman added, “We are also excited to have the talents of Peter Liabotis and Bryan Reyhani added to our Board as the Company reinforces its focus on expanding its deep connections with, and leveraging its expertise in, esports racing.”

About Peter Liabotis

Mr. Liabotis is a Canadian Certified Professional Accountant and a veteran senior corporate finance executive. Mr. Liabotis is currently the Chief Financial Officer of SOL Global Investments Corp., a public company that invests through various vehicles primarily in the cannabis space both in Canada and internationally. During his career, Mr. Liabotis has acquired strong knowledge in public markets in terms of financial reporting, mergers and acquisition activity and capital structuring and raising.

About Bryan Reyhani

Mr. Reyhani is currently Managing Director of the Eastmore Group where he is responsible for various legal and business strategy in both the public and private markets. He began his professional career in the Office of General Counsel at Merrill Lynch (1999-2003). From there, he joined the financial services and regulatory practice group at Loeb & Loeb LLP, where he spent approximately nine years and made partner (2003-2012). In 2012, he co-founded his own law practice, Reyhani Nemirovsky LLP, where he and the firm handled a wide variety of regulatory matters, litigations and corporate disputes, and developed a specialty practice related to blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.

In 2014, Mr. Reyhani co-founded SolidX Partners, a venture capital-backed startup in the developing digital asset capital markets arena. In February 2016, Mr. Reyhani was appointed the Chairman of the Board of Directors of NASDAQ listed FXCM (n/k/a GLBR, OTC), is currently on the Board of GLBR, and has handled various investor, regulatory, financing and corporate governance matters generally related to a publicly traded company. Mr. Reyhani graduated from Syracuse University, BA, Political Science, cum laude, and received his JD from Brooklyn Law School.

About Millennial Esports Corp.

Millennial Esports Corp. is a vertically integrated mobile gaming publisher leading a revolution to fuse esports racing and professional motorsport through a global competition model. MEC is utilizing its gaming franchises and intellectual property (IP) to engage millions of new players. Combining its deep history in motorsport gaming and its associated IP – including World’s Fastest Gamer – with its gaming analytics capabilities, MEC is uniquely positioned to become the market leader in Esports Racing.

For more information : https://www.millennialesports.com

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