SOURCE: Grid Petroleum Corp.

Grid Petroleum Corp.

April 22, 2016 14:53 ET

Grid Petroleum: Extinguishes More Convertible Notes Today

Simlatus Corporation Moving Forward With New Products and Stronger Revenues

GRASS VALLEY, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 22, 2016) -  Grid Petroleum Corp. (OTC PINK: GRPR) (Simlatus Corporation) -- has recently announced that is has filed an 8K today referencing the successful negotiations with various note holders to extinguish toxic notes carried on its balance sheet.

The company filed an 8K today detailing the removal of toxic debt sitting in its balance sheet. There were another $32,980 in notes that were extinguished and removed from the balance sheets this week. This action eliminated the possibility of converting more than 650,000,000 free trading shares into the market. The company will file an 8K next week referencing the remaining notes and balances.

The company is renegotiating to restructure a note with Black Bridge Capital so that there is no toxic conversions in the future. This will be disclosed next week.

The company filed its DEF14C on April 21, 2016 regarding its name change to 'Simlatus Corporation'.

On March 9, 2016 the company appointed Robert Stillwaugh as its new Chairman, Gary Tilden as Chief Executive Officer and Mike Schatz as the Chief Operations Officer as a part of acquiring the assets of RJM and Associates LLC, and pursuant to the Form 8-K filed on March 10, 2016. RJM and Associates develops, manufactures, markets and owns proprietary advanced broadcast equipment and software and sells this audio and video broadcast equipment worldwide through their distribution network. These systems have been sold for over the past 15 years to some of the major world dominant broadcast companies such as CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, ABC and DirecTV.

This transaction has allowed the company to acquire existing revenues and an asset worth $6.2M. All operations will be held at the existing corporate facility located in Grass Valley, California. This northern California facility is in the historic digital media hub of the world and an extension of the Bay-Area/Silicon Valley's tech system where Apple, Google and Yahoo reside.

The company is now designing and planning to manufacture high-tech Augmented Reality/AR and Virtual Reality/VR products. Upcoming Augmented Reality devices which combine virtual objects with the real world through high-tech glasses, are forecast to become a $120 billion business by 2020, according to a new report from Digi-Capital. The Virtual Reality business will generate $30 billion business during the same five year span. The most recent statistics indicate that both the AR and VR markets will become mainstream by 2020. In today's $88.4 billion global video game landscape, the PC, console, and mobile industries all thrive. AR and VR hardware, games and apps are poised to become part of this growing ecosystem in the coming years. Our company, and our strong established relationships in the industry, will be a major competitor in this new industry. The existing relationships that the company has developed will ensure rapid and extensive distribution and utilization for our products.

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