SOURCE: SuperBox, Inc.

SuperBox, Inc.

August 19, 2011 15:09 ET

CURV Entertainment Group Completes Merger With Novamira, Changes Name to SuperBox, Inc.

BEVERLY HILLS, CA--(Marketwire - Aug 19, 2011) - CURV Entertainment Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CEGO) is pleased to announce it has completed its merger with Novamira Corp. and changed its name to SUPERBOX, INC. with the Nevada Secretary of State as previously announced in a press release dated August 12, 2011.

"We are incredibly excited to have this merger completed and to move forward with our entertainment and gaming production and distribution aspirations as well as our mobile software development goals as SUPERBOX," says Russell Stuart, SuperBox, Inc.'s Chief Executive Officer. "This is an exciting time to be in the mobile entertainment space, especially in key foreign territories around the world where mobile is the emerging trend for entertainment consumption."

Additionally, the company has applied to FINRA for a name change to "SUPERBOX INC." and new ticker symbol. The company is waiting for FINRA's final review and ultimately confirmation of the effective date of the name change and new ticker symbol. Further details on the all items related to the FINRA application will be forthcoming once confirmed.


SuperBox, Inc. is a social interactive entertainment company that creatively develops and distributes original games, software and entertainment across various media including personal computers, mobile devices, motion pictures, television, music, digital media and live events. The company is based in Beverly Hills, CA with development offices in Vancouver, Canada.

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