Camelot Entertainment (CMGR) CEO is converting $1.8 million in personal debt into common stock

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Clubhouse Media Group, Inc. (OTCMKTS: CMGR) (“CMGR”), an influencer-based social media company and digital talent management agency, today announced that CEO Amir Ben-Yohanan has further reduced CMGR’s debt by converting $1,808,167 in debt to related parties personally owed to him in exchange for 4,520,417,475 common shares at $0.0004 per share on November 17, 2022.

“I firmly believe in CMGR’s upside potential and am committed to supporting its growth in any way I can,” said Amir Ben-Yohanan, CEO of CMGR. “This debt swap will help reduce the debt on our balance sheet and I believe it brings us one step closer to our long-term goal of eliminating CMGR’s debt and hopefully moving up to a national securities exchange like the Nasdaq Capital Market.”

There can be no assurance that CMGR will apply to list its common stock on any national stock exchange or that its application will be approved if CMGR applies to list its common stock.

About Clubhouse Media Group, Inc.

We believe CMGR represents the future of influencer media and marketing, with a global network of professionally managed content houses, each with their own brand, influencer cohort and production capabilities. In total, CMGR reaches more than 400 million followers. CMGR provides its handpicked influencers with management, production and deal-making services, a management department for individual influencer clients, and an investment arm for joint ventures and acquisitions for companies in the social media influencer space.

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