Connexa Sports Technologies To Acquire Yuanyu Enterprise Management Co.

Windsor Mills, MD, May 17, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Connexa Sports Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: YYAI) the owner of Slinger Bag and Gameface AI announced that at its 2024 annual general meeting, held on May 15, the company’s shareholders approved the acquisition of Yuanyu Enterprise Management Co., Limited (YYEM) as well as the subsequent change-in-control, which remains subject to Nasdaq approval.

“Following our recent announcement to acquire 70% of YYEM, as a pathway to deliver enhanced value to all of our shareholders, we are grateful to our shareholders for their support of the Board of Directors in approving this transaction”, commented Mike Ballardie, CEO Connexa Sports Technologies.

“On receiving the approval of YYEM’s listing application from Nasdaq, Connexa will proceed to issue approximately 162.6 million shares of common stock to YYEM to complete the transaction, as detailed in the share exchange agreement signed by both parties. As a result, this will leave YYEM and its sole shareholder, Mr. Hongyu Zhou, with a controlling interest in Connexa. On the close of this transaction YYEM will effect, and Connexa will accept, a change-in-control of Connexa with YYEM’s operations constituting the new operations of Connexa and all Slinger Bag assets and liabilities being divested to a privately held company,” concluded Ballardie.

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About Connexa Sports Technologies:

Connexa Sports is a leading connected sports company delivering products, technologies, and Sport-as-a-Service across a range of sport verticals. Connexa’s mission is to reinvent sports through technological innovation driven by an unwavering focus on today’s sports consumer.

About Yuanyu Enterprise Management Co., Limited

Yuanyu Enterprise Management Co., Limited (YYEM) operates across the rapidly emerging love & marriage sector. YYEM owns numerous patents, technologies and algorithms that drive its big data and matchmaking analyses, deriving its current revenues from royalties. YYEM has multiple licensing agreements in place for non-Asia regions and, in addition, plans to open subsidiary companies in core Asia markets.