NA Proactive news snapshot: Esports Entertainment Group, Inc, Aurania Resources


A glance at some of the day’s highlights from the Proactive Investors US and Canada newswires

() has announced a landmark multi-year partnership with the Philadelphia Eagles which will see it serve as the first esports tournament provider for an NFL club. As part of the multi-year agreement, Esports Entertainment Group (EEG) will operate bi-annual Madden NFL esports tournaments for the Eagles utilizing the Esports Gaming League (EGL) platform. Also under the terms of the deal, the Eagles will become an EEG shareholder. “We are thrilled to partner with the Philadelphia Eagles as they introduce their fans to the world of competitive esports gaming,” said Grant Johnson, CEO of Esports Entertainment in a statement. “The Eagles join a growing list of high-profile organizations that have chosen Esports Entertainment Group as their esports tournament provider, affording us an incredible opportunity to expand our brand reach within multiple large, dedicated fan bases and setting the stage for significant growth ahead. We intend to build on this momentum.”

() () (FRA:20Q) is investigating evidence of what may be ancient mine sites at its Tiria-Shimpia silver-zinc-lead target at its flagship Lost Cities – Cutucu project in Ecuador. In a statement on Tuesday, the group said it had identified two potential old roads and topographical features near both, which are suspected to be small scale open-pits or prospecting sites. A registered archeologist is required to confirm that the potential ancient features at Tiria-Shimpia are man-made. Following that, they may require further study by the National Institute of Cultural Heritage of Ecuador.

Loop Insights Inc () (), a provider of contact tracing and artificial intelligence to drive automated marketing, named finance industry veteran Mark Lotz its finance chief, as the company eyes rapid business development. The Vancouver-based advanced technology said that Lotz had taken over from former CFO Abbey Abdiye, who had resigned to pursue other opportunities. The company thanked Abdiye for his “hard work and dedication” and wished him well in his future endeavors. Lotz has held CFO and other senior financial positions with several leading mining and exploration companies. He has also served as a senior executive in the securities brokerage industry. He is a chartered professional accountant with 26 years of post-qualification experience.

Aurania Resources Ltd () () (FRA:20Q) is investigating evidence of what may be ancient mine sites at its Tiria-Shimpia silver-zinc-lead target at its flagship Lost Cities – Cutucu project in Ecuador. In a statement on Tuesday, the group said it had identified two potential old roads and topographical features near both, which are suspected to be small scale open-pits or prospecting sites.

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