Rupert Shore | Easy Technologies Inc. $EMYSF

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Bloomberg Executive Profile For Mr. Rupert Shore

Mr. Rupert Shore has been the Chief Executive Officer of Easy Technologies Inc. at June 17, 2016. Mr. Shore has been Secretary of Alliance Growers Corp. since April 11, 2016. He served as a Clerk to the Judges of the Vancouver County Court. For the past 26 years, Mr. Shore has practiced in both large and small legal firms and has appeared as counsel in all levels of Court in the Province of British Columbia. Since 2004, Mr. Shore has practiced law as a sole practitioner primarily in the area of commercial litigation. During his time at Campney & Murphy, Mr. Shore’s practice focused on commercial litigation including strata property issues and was defence counsel in a landmark decision of the Supreme Court of British Columbia in favour of his client which established law in the area of shareholders’ remedies. Mr. Shore views corporate litigation as involving far more than appearing in court. His goal is to resolve legal issues for clients in the most cost effective manner possible. As Mr. Shore advises clients, litigation is expensive and it is difficult to predict how a judge can rule on any given case. He has employed such things as mediation and settlement conferences before judges to resolve disputes, provide certainty to clients in the most cost effective manner possible. Mr. Shore recognizes that the objective of any given legal matter is timely resolution of in order to maximize value to clients and their shareholders. He has been a Director of Easy Technologies Inc. since June 17, 2016. He has been Director of Alliance Growers Corp. since December 7, 2015. Mr. Shore has been a barrister and solicitor in good standing with the Law Society of British Columbia since November 1989. Prior to this Mr. Shore attended the University of Victoria, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Geography (Resource Management) in 1983 and a Bachelor of Laws in 1988.

About Easy Technologies Inc.

Easy Technologies Inc. (CSE: EZM) (OTC PINK: EMYSF) is a venture capital and business development firm that invests in the online gaming industry.

The Company’s flagship investment is the House Trivia platform, where users compete against each other to earn prizes. Exclusive Competitions will charge each player $199.99 to compete with a cap at 25,000 players. The first prize winner will receive a house valued at $1 million, while second and third place winners will receive exotic sports cars and cash. User-created Competitions will have the ability to pay out 75% of entry fees ranging from $1.99 to $199.99.

The Company plans on investing $1.5 million into the development and operation of the platform, of which $180 thousand has already been invested. The company believes that this platform could potentially earn over $700 million in revenue and $349 million in pre-tax cash flow from entry and transaction fees over five years.

The Company plans to launch the platform in October 2016.



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