Amuka Esports Shareholders Approve Merger with YDX Innovation

Dec 8, 2020

VANCOUVER, B.C., December 8th 2020 — YDX Innovation Corp. (TSX-V: YDX, OTC: YDRMF, FSE: A2PB03) (“YDX” or the “Company”), is pleased to announce that Amuka Esports received approval from their shareholders to enter a definitive agreement to merge with YDX.  The company held a special meeting on November 30th to discuss and vote on the transaction.   

“Our board of directors have been working around the clock, with YDX, to move this transaction forward. With the majority of our shareholders in favor of the transaction, we are able to take the next steps in completing the transaction and creating an immediate leader in digital media, esports and entertainment,” stated Amuka Esports CFO, Aaron Meckler.

Both companies are working towards having a definitive deal closed in Q1 of 2021, pending approval from the TSX Venture Exchange. 

YDX announced a non-binding LOI to acquire the outstanding shares of Amuka Esports on October 15th, 2020.  The acquisitions of Amuka Esports and Shattered Dreams are part of a robust strategy to own and develop some of the best esports assets in Canada. 

Daniel Japiassu, CEO of YDX added, “With the Amuka Esports shareholders voting to approve the transaction, we can move into the definitive agreement. I look forward to merging our assets and exploring opportunities within the networks of the two groups. These groups which include some of the biggest brands in the world, who are all looking for a way to connect with esports and gaming.  With online leagues, tournaments, media, and teams, we are uniquely positioned to lead the next stage in the industry.”


About Amuka Esports

Amuka Esports – – is a diversified esports company focusing on teams, tournaments, content and venues.  This includes operating Canada’s largest esports venue along with teams based in North America and Europe. 

About YDX Innovation

YDX Innovation Corp. (TSXV: YDX :: is a global leader in the commercialization of immersive new technologies that incorporate virtual reality, augmented reality, esports and gaming.   Its core business seeks to monetize through licensing its IP, developing interactive exhibitions and through esports tournaments and content. 

Arkave VR Arena  is a proprietary gaming platform that brings location based virtual reality to any location-based event or entertainment centre. Arkave features state-of-the-art free roam technology coupled with a vast library of both in-house and third party games.

YDreams – has developed over 2,000 interactive and immersive experiences for some of the largest global brands including  Disney, NBA, Adidas, Cisco, Nokia, Nike, Mercedes-Benz, Coca-Cola, Santander, AB InBev, Qualcomm, Unilever, Fiat and the City of Rio de Janeiro.

BEAT Gaming – is an industry leading esports company that has organized internationally recognized events such as the Dota 2, Overwatch and PUBG BEAT Invitational. Since its creation, BEAT has organized over 30 professional and semi-pro esports events, which has reached over 40 million viewers globally.

Purple Mage – Purple Mage Advisors (PMA) is a research and data analysis firm that specializes in player recruitment and development in the gaming industry. PMA helps esports and gaming companies with industry reports, player recruitment, player training, data analysis and relevant statistical reporting. – Render is a professional video production studio specializing in crafting video content for YouTubers, Streamers, Teams and Brands. Render is highly specialized in gaming content, but also works with a wide variety of digital media.


More Information:
Daniel Japiassu
Director and CEO
(604) 704-6466 | |


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