Allegiant Gold Announces Debt Settlement
Vancouver, British Columbia / October 6, 2020 - Allegiant Gold Ltd. (“Allegiant” or the “Company”) (AUAU: TSX-V) (AUXXF: OTCQX) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a debt settlement agreement (“Debt Settlement”) with Orea Mining Corp. (“Orea”) to extinguish the Company's outstanding loan owing to Orea in exchange for the issuance of common shares ("Shares") of the Company. An aggregate of 3,201,766 Shares at a deemed price of $0.5011 per Share are proposed to be issued to settle $1,604,404.75 in debt owing to the creditor pursuant to this Debt Settlement.
The completion of the Debt Settlement is subject to the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange. All securities issued pursuant to the Debt Settlement will be subject to a hold period of four months and one day from the date of issuance, in accordance with applicable securities legislation.
Allegiant owns 100% of 10 highly-prospective gold projects in the United States, 6 of which are located in the mining-friendly jurisdiction of Nevada. Four of Allegiant’s projects are farmed-out, providing for cost reductions and cash-flow. Allegiant’s flagship, district-scale Eastside project hosts a large and expanding gold resource and is located in an area of excellent infrastructure. Preliminary metallurgical testing indicates that both oxide and sulphide gold mineralization at Eastside is amenable to heap leaching.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
Peter Gianulis CEO
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