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Fandom Sports Media Corp is a live sports and Esports entertainment company that aggregates, curates, and produces fan-focused content. Fandom is deploying a web application which instantly operates on Android and iOS mobile devices focused on Fan Engagement and iGaming. The Company owns exclusive global rights on a highly effective predictive analytics technology for the gaming industry which has been commercially successful for various other sectors. The technology runs on a privately secure cloud with multilingual support and is being leveraged for a global launch of Fandom’s regulated betting/iGaming and unregulated Esports prediction fan engagement models. Fandom supplies interactive Esports entertainment to Super Fans through purpose-built data interaction. 

 

FansUnite is a Sports and Entertainment company, focusing on technology related to regulated and lawful online sports betting and other related products. Our mission is to be the iGaming industry leader by providing our partners and players the industry's most versatile and vertically integrated platforms with a portfolio of unique products and a focus on esports, sports betting, casino and the next generation of bettors. 

The Exchange has determined that the Issuer has not met the continued listing requirements as set out in CSE Policy 2, Appendix A section 2.9.

Pursuant to Policy 6 section 2.4, the Issuer may not rely on confidential price protection, nor may the Issuer complete any financing without prior Exchange approval.

In accordance with Policy 3, section 5.1, the .X extension is added to the listed securities of Issuers that the Exchange has deemed to be inactive.

First Responder Technologies Inc. is a Vancouver B.C. based technology development company, developing a WiFi-based concealed weapons detection system, focused on protecting the perimeter of soft targets, such as places of worship, theatres, shopping centres and sports venues, where the public is most vulnerable to acts of terrorism and mass shootings.

The Exchange has determined that FogChain Corp. (the “Issuer”) has not met the continued listing requirements as set out in CSE Policy 2, Appendix A section 2.9.

Pursuant to Policy 6 section 2.4, the Issuer may not rely on confidential price protection, nor may the Issuer complete any financing without prior Exchange approval.

In accordance with Policy 3, section 5.1, the .X extension is added to the listed securities of Issuers that the Exchange has deemed to be inactive.

Future Farm Technologies is a Canadian public company that is poised to be a leading supplier of hemp-derived CBD products to meet the burgeoning demand in the U.S. and global markets. The Company’s current key initiatives are the cultivation and processing of its hemp crop growing in Maine, the pursuit of other hemp-related opportunities throughout the U.S. and the development of elite strains of cannabis in Canada.

Future Farm’s seasoned management team brings a deep understanding of operations and agriculture with the financial and regulatory expertise needed to become an industry leader in the evolving market for CBD and related compounds. 

 

G2 Technologies Corp. is focused on developing opportunities in energy sector, clean tech and emerging technologies.  

Gamesquare operates an esports agency supported by complementary media and technology to support a cast of influencers, players and on-screen talent in the gaming sector.

The Exchange has determined that Glenbriar Technologies Inc.(the “Issuer”) has not met the continued listing requirements as set out in CSE Policy 2, Appendix A section 2.9.

Further to Policy 3, section 5 “A Listed Issuer must meet the Continued Listing Requirements to remain listed in good standing. The Exchange may designate an issuer as inactive, assign it to a different industry segment, suspend trading or delist an issuer that does not meet Continued Listing Requirements.”

The .X extension is added to the listed securities of Issuers that the Exchange has deemed to be inactive.

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