Prize Mining Initial Results sees 8,009 ppb Gold – highest gold in soil sample results in recorded history along the Great Western trend

Calgary, Alberta– (Marketwired – August 15, 2017) – PRIZE MINING CORPORATION (“Prize” or the “Company”) (TSXV:PRZ) (MQSP:GR:FRANKFURT) is pleased to announce that it has received an initial batch of soil assay results from Phase 1 fieldwork on the Daylight Property as previously announced on June 28th, 2017 and July 26th, 2017.

Results confirm the presence of at least two large prospective geochemical trends:

  1. The Great Western geochemical anomaly is approximately 1km long by 300m wide and includes 48 samples over the 90th percentile of 100 ppb Au. A cluster of strongly anomalous samples in the northern part of geochemical anomaly returned up to 745 ppb Au. A 300m trench will be dug along that trend during the Phase II program.
  1. The Daylight-Starlight trend had nine samples that returned greater than 100 ppb Au, including a best sample return of 8009 ppb Au. This is the highest gold-in-soil sample result in recorded history along the Silver King shear system dating back to the early 1970’s. The pattern of soil anomalies along the 1.3km long Daylight-Starlight trend is narrower and somewhat spotty in comparison to the Great Western Trend, but an alignment of significant anomalous Au-Ag-and Bi in soils does coincide with known IP chargeability trends and with the known historical workings.

A detailed map outlining the results can be found on Prize’s website at the following link: /1/DAYLIGHT_PROPERTY_PR_MAP_AUG2_2017.jpg

Feisal Somji, president and chief executive officer of Prize Mining, commented: “We are excited to report the best soil samples to date on the Daylight property which highlight the potential for the discovery focused drill program. We will use a combination of the new encouraging soil results, historical soil samples and past drilling and geophysical analysis to refine the upcoming Phase -II trenching and Phase- III drilling programs schedule to start in August and September 2017.”

ICP analysis of soils (AQ252) was performed by Bureau Veritas, in Vancouver BC, on a total of 462 samples on the Daylight property. All soil sample results for the Daylight property which includes the Great Western & Eastern zones, and the Daylight-Starlight trend are now available.

Remaining results for the Toughnut property are expected mid-August.

Jarrod Brown, a Qualified Person under NI 43-101, has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical information in this news release.

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