Live Current Expands Letter of Intent to Acquire San Diego-Based Media Technology Company Evasyst | 2021-12-14 | Press Releases
VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / December 14, 2021 / Live Current Media, Inc. (“Live stream”) (OTCQB: LIVC) announces that it has extended its non-binding letter of intent (“LOI”) to acquire Evasyst Inc. (dba Kast), (“Kast”) of San Diego in an all-equity reverse takeover.
The Letter of Intent, dated September 14, 2021, sets out the terms of the proposed acquisition of Kast by Live Current and is scheduled to expire on December 14, 2021. In light of the positive progress made towards closing the Letter of Intent, the parties have mutually agreed to extend the term of the agreement by one month until January 14, 2022. All other terms of the letter of intent remain unchanged.
Kast is an online surveillance party platform for friends to watch videos, play games and be together. The platform allows individuals to share synchronized videos live, engage in the community, and build relationships with like-minded individuals. The Kast team is made up of passionate people from diverse backgrounds across the globe, drawn from exciting and rapidly evolving industries such as esports, video streaming, entertainment and video games.
Kast CEO and Co-Founder Mark Ollila has over twenty years of experience in the games and multimedia industry, previously with senior positions at Nokia and Microsoft, including leading Nokia First Party Games Publishing. He has also served on the Advisory Board of the Game Developers Conference (Mobile) and was a member of the Board of Directors of the EMEA Chapter of the Mobile Ecosystem Forum. He was chairman of the board of directors of physical middleware supplier Meqon Research AB (acquired by Ageia and later NVIDIA) and currently serves on the board of directors of Blind Squirrel Entertainment.
“This acquisition will dramatically accelerate the growth of Live Current,” said CEO David Jeffs. “Mr. Ollila and his team have come up with a fantastic product in a rapidly growing industry which is almost certain to gain popularity given the current social climate. Kast CEO Mark Ollila said, “The synergies between the two companies are evident, as streaming and casual gaming are multi-billion dollar industries that are growing, but also converging. This opportunity will create the foundation and the platform to build a global multimedia entertainment business.
About Live Current Media Inc.
Live stream (“LIVC”) is a digital technology company involved in the entertainment industry. Currently in development of two projects, SPRT MTRX (App store and Play at the store: SPRT MTRX) and Trivia Matrix (App store and Play at the store: Trivia Matrix), LIVC is positioned to take advantage of the exciting and rapidly growing sectors of digital sports and games.
On behalf of the Board of Directors of Live Current Media Inc.
David Jeffs, CEO and Director
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