19 January 2012

Directorate Changes

The board of Webis Holdings Plc (“Webis” or the “Group”), the global on-line gaming groupannounces the appointment with immediate effect of Sir James Mellon KCMG (aged 82) as a non-executive director.

Sir James, a former diplomat whose roles included UK Ambassador to Denmark, Director General for trade and investment and USA Consul General, New York, also has many years of corporate experience acting as a director of both public and private companies.

The board also announces that Jim Mellon is stepping down from the board as a non-executive director, also with immediate effect.

Denham Eke, Chairman of Webis, said: “I am very pleased to welcome Sir James to the board. His experience and advice will be of undoubted help in fostering the Group’s continuing development. I would also like to thank Jim Mellon for his invaluable contribution and commitment to the Group over the last eight years.”

Sir James’ appointment as a director of Webis is subject to approval by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission.

Pursuant to Schedule 2 section (g) of the AIM Rules for Companies, Sir James has also been a director or partner in the following companies over the last 5 years:

Charlemagne Capital (UK) LimitedCurrent
Digital View Group Limited Current
Lancashire Digital Limited Previous
Speymill Property Group (UK) Limited Previous
Regent Special Projects Limited Previous
Regent Integrated Housing Limited Previous

Sir James was a director of Torren Energy Limited when it entered into compulsory liquidation on 20 January 2004.