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CMG Holdings, Inc., the following report from Glenn Laken, Chairman and CEO of CMG Holdings Inc., has been developed to bring CMG shareholders up to date with the most recent company events:

On June 30, 2014 CMG filed an amended complaint against former employees and officers of XA and the entities owned by them. CMG has been grievously harmed by the actions of this group and is determined to make certain this harm is repaired. Lawrence Steckman, the attorney representing CMG in this matter, is widely admired for his expertise and experience prosecuting civil racketeering cases worldwide, and has published extensively on the subject. It is his opinion that the case filed on behalf of CMG in New York's State Supreme Court against the former employees and officers of XA meets all the qualifications and requirements for a successful and sustained Civil RICO complaint. CMG, through the filing of this suit, seeks judgment against former XA executives and staff including, but not limited to, treble damages, attorney's fees and other costs under the RICO statute.

In other news, CMG has been in discussions with a number of groups pertaining to its subsidiary, Good Gaming, an e-sports gaming and tournament site that targets amateur gamers. In late December 2014 Good Gaming held a record-breaking debut tournament in coordination with Activision Blizzard -- but as a consequence of cash flow issues related to the massive conversion of assets by the defendants in the pending RICO case, was forced to throttle back spending on this exciting new start-up. In the intervening months Good Gaming has been working in-house on refining its product, and developing new ideas and applications while searching for additional investment -- in addition to exploring the creation of a spinoff for Good Gaming, in which CMG would maintain a substantial piece of the new entity formed.

As our long-term stockholders know, until mid-2014 XA was an essential asset of CMG, with millions of dollars in revenue. We anticipate that a successful judgment against the defendants of the current lawsuit will repair a substantial amount of the damage XA suffered as a result of their actions.

When I accepted the position of chairman at CMG Holdings in in April 2014, I had no way of knowing what damage had been done to CMG by a cabal of faithless XA employees over the course of a six year conspiracy -- nor any idea that in the first four weeks of my tenure these same employees would complete their devastating plunder of CMG through a series of coordinated thefts and resignations. I have spent the last year reviewing and collating the evidence they left behind; with a view towards bringing them to justice and restoring the losses shareholders have suffered as a result. After months working for no salary against headwinds that sometimes seemed impossible to master, it appears CMG may finally be on the verge of profitability and success, due in large part to the steadfast belief of our loyal shareholders, the determination of a dedicated group of Good Gaming and new XA staffers, and the talents of one of the most respected names in the legal profession.

Good Gaming, Inc. Model Discussion
 (by Vik Grover, GGI's new CEO @ HDSI)

Now let’s get down to some math. While these are not projections, I want to illustrate to you 
how powerful the Good Gaming model is. I want to run 3-4 scenarios by you, so grab your pens 
or prepare to type. 
First, our model has multiple revenues streams. 1)-subscriptions, which you can assume for 
now at roughly $6-$9/month depending on where we end up pricing the product with 
incentives, promotions, and other; 2)-tournament entries, which we estimate subscribers will 
pay anywhere from $6-$9/tournament although frankly I think this can range a lot higher as the 
business matures; 3)-purchases of Good Gaming credits to use in our Mercenary System, which 
we believe will range between $5-$10/month, though we have no data to backup this 
prediction; and 4) advertising, which is hard to pin down since our members may spend days 
and days on our site versus social networking sites which get 5-10 minutes a day per user, but 
let’s call that for now another $2/month with potential upside. That adds up to roughly $20- 
$25/month per subscriber. For many reasons I believe these numbers could be conservative 
and over time I predict the results will bear out a higher yield as our site gets populated. But 
for our math next, I will use $20/month per month per subscriber. 
Scenario 1: We have about 100K followers of our Twitter feed. $100K x $20/month = $2MM in 
monthly revenues or a $24MM run rate company. Let’s round up to $25MM because 
sometimes people will just play a tournament and not subscribe, for whatever reason. 
Dot.Com’s of that revenue scale typically get lower multiples of 2x-4x, so that’s a $50-100MM 
market cap. company. This is something within reach of our business today, based on the 9 
tournament slots and our existing followers on Twitter. It may prove conservative. 
Scenario 2: In 2014, the 1.0 platform held a tournament for Hearthstone that was up on the 
burner page for 7-8 days, generating 300K hits. We were promised 14 days but were cut short 
due to a scheduling issue. Let’s run with 300K hits, which we believe we could have converted 
to subscribers if our parent had not run into difficulties and we had been able to run multiple 
additional tournaments as we are positioned now over a year later. 300K x $20/month = 
$6MM per month or $72MM per year, rounding up to $75MM for players that do not subscribe 
for whatever reason. Dot.Com’s of that scale get a revenue multiple of 4x-6x, which would 
make Good Gaming a $300-400MM market cap company. 

Scenario 3: Using a conservative ½% share of the 205MM amateur gamer market worldwide as 
a base case, that suggests roughly 1.0 million subscribers. 1.0MM x $20/month = $20 million 
per month or $240 million per year. Again this excludes gamers who do not subscribe to our 
site and just show up to play tournaments without subscribing. Let’s call that $10MM a year of 
annual revenue which may be conservative. At ½% share of the worldwide market, this 
suggests Good Gaming will generate $250MM in annual revenues, and at that scale we project 
significant double digit cash flow margins. Multiples applied to Internet companies of that scale 
range from 5x-10x, suggesting a valuation of $1.25-$2.5BN. 
I wanted to give you a fourth and fifth scenario, targeting 1% of today’s market, ranging up to 
10% of a 300MM gamer market in 2-3 years with higher monthly revenues per subscriber of 
$50. I was told by Mr. Laken I couldn’t go that far, **BUT** I have given you the metrics off 
which you can make your own model at least as far as revenues go. I want to point out that I 
believe this is a rising ARPU situation, where the $20/month/subscriber will rise to $50 or more. 
When we are running 10-20-30+ tournaments a week for multiple titles, multiple publishers, 
the numbers are going to get staggering. And I want to make one other point, my scenarios DO 
NOT include any B2B deals for licensing or white label, whereby we can take our model to a 
colleges and universities or a broad range of institutions, and offer them the chance to run their 
own competitions. That’s where the math gets even more nutty. But you have to imagine 
what that could be worth – Good Gaming could become the backend for eSports tournaments 
for major channel partners. The upside is staggering and if I say any more you’re going to think 
it is just silly.


CMGO Management

Glenn Laken, 60,  member of the Board, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer ("CEO")

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On April 7, 2014 the Board of Directors (the "Board") of CMG Holdings Group, Inc. ("CMG Holdings" or the "the Company"), appointed Glenn Laken, 60, as a member of the Board, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer ("CEO"). Acting CEO Jeffrey Devlin will remain with the company as its Vice-Chairman of the Board.
Over the past 30 years, Mr. Laken has held multiple senior executive positions and created successful growth strategies in the financial services sector. His expansive professional experience includes working as an advisor to the 22 billion dollar Ameritech Pension fund, partnership in a Wall Street specialist firm, ownership of a Chicago clearing house with offices nationwide, and the purchase and restructuring of the Cigarette Racing Team Company. He has also enjoyed success in the area of mergers and acquisitions as an accomplished business leader.
In 2000 Mr. Laken was accused of conspiring to bribe union officials while raising money for a hedge fund and participating in an Internet stock promotion where the exact amount paid for that promotion wasn’t clearly stated. These allegations, made by a government informant, resulted in conviction after a 15-week trial, despite the fact that Mr. Laken never met any union officials, received any union monies for his fund or directly contracted for the Internet promotion.
A Company shareholder since 2010, Mr. Laken organized a shareholder group that forced changes in Company management in 2012, after careful analysis revealed that the Company was failing to reach its potential due to mismanagement by the original management team. Since orchestrating this change, Mr. Laken has worked as Company consultant, introducing Jeffrey Devlin and David Kovacs to the Board, and bringing Ron Burkhardt on as a board member and executive chairman of XA, The Experiential Agency, Inc. (“XA”). He also introduced a new subsidiary partially owned by his wife, Good Gaming Inc., to the Companies portfolio and arranged the sale of Audio Eye, Inc. stock to fund the elimination of the Company’s toxic debt.
In connection with his appointment as the Company’s CEO and Chairman, Mr. Laken was granted forty million stock options with an exercise price of $0.0155 and a five-year term. The Company anticipates entering into an employment agreement with Mr. Laken by April 30, 2014.
Mr. Laken will continue to seek new opportunities to add shareholder value through organic growth of existing assets of CMG and acquisition of undervalued private and public companies. Mr. Laken has always believed in the strength of the underlying assets of CMG, and upon his appointment as Chairman and CEO, stated, “I’m looking forward to growing CMG into a world class company.”
There are no arrangements or understandings between Mr. Laken and any other persons pursuant to which he was selected as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. There are also no family relationships between Mr. Laken and any director or executive officer of the Company.

Every long owes Glenn Laken, CEO, a bunch of gratitude. He has saved this company from going completely under. Most of you know that I have been around a long time...before the stock went to .40 from .025. Here is my synopsis of the past 8 year history, starting with Pebble Beach..... 

1. Around Feb 08..CMG inc. rev merges into Pebble Beach inc. Pebble beach management resigns and Morrel, Ennis, and Vendetty take over. Collectively there are 80 shareholders. AS is 150M 
2. May 08 they close agreement..roughly 40M OS split by previous and new management. 
3. Ennis almost immediately issues 12 convertible notes 
4. In 2009, after foreclosing on 150k note to wagner, XA and all assets are acquired. Nice start to a friendly working relationship eh' 
5. Morrel and company fail to bring in any "real revenue's" but XA seems to be doing well...Convertible's continue to be issues. 
6. PPS goes from .024 to .40 when OS was reasonable. 
7. Notes issuance continue's 
8. Shareholders, Mr. Laken, etc...inquire why Ennis is hands off manager and 
9. LOI for AudioEye 9/2009 
10.3/2010 they finalize on AEYE 
11.Notes continue to be issued. 
12.Management creates large salaries..issues shares 
13.Glenn Laken questions management 
14.Management doesn't like it. 
15.6/11 management announces AE spinoff realizing it cant fund them 
16.8/12 they finally close AE deal 
17.9/12 CEO Morel steps down. Ennis takes over. 
18.Glenn Laken leads shareholders to effect change in control of CMGO 
19.11/12 Official notice given to Ennis of change of control 
20.11/12 GL and holders demonstrate 162M shares(55%) take over co 
21.Glenn appoints highly decorated Jeff Devlin to BOD 
22.12/12 Joe Wagner appointed COO 
23.Glenn is literally handed garbage bags full of documents, files, etc 
and has to make sense of just what past management did exactly. Starts due diligence process on XA etc. 
24.2/13 AEYE shares dispensed 
25.Glenn see's more clearly the mess he has been handed and calculates appx 100k Notes and 165K penalties on books.. 
26.Glenn Laken, CEO, develops plan to eliminate debt with AEYE shares. 
27.4/13 Glenn retires Asher note saving 16.5 M shares 
28.Glenn Laken, CEO, continues to clean house and get clarity on mess he was left, 8/13 announces great success in his negotiations to reduce the OS by appx 11.5% === returns 40M shares to treasury. Gets 85K note cancelled 
29.During same month, re negotiates Morrels walking package, kills options and outstanding note resolved for 2M shares eliminating potential 18M to convert. 
30.10/13 announce sale of AEYE shares for 1.5M..plans to eliminate all debt and inject capital into XA 
31.11/13 Glenn laken pays off more debt and announces that he received 85K from Audio eye. Tells shareholders they are about to have zero convertibles on the books for first time in 3 years. 
32.1/6/14 Glenn Laken announces for first time in company history it is debt free. 
33.2/14 announce hiring of Burkhadt and step down of other board members. 
Burkhardt comes with stellar past successes. 
34.4/14 announce acquisition of Good Gaming inc. 
35.4/14 CMGO announces share repurchase program effective to 4/16 
36.7/14 Glenn realizes that Burkhardt is not doing what they agreed upon and announces his termination 
37.9/14 Glenn accepts Devlins resignation as he provided little value to growing the business, but like Burhardt was expensing travel...etc.... 
38.11/14 Glenn Laken, CEO announces forensic investigation into XA revealed substantial patterns of fraud by XA management and execs. Announces lawsuit in supreme court of NY against XA fraudsters. 
39.3/15 XA's asset sale to CMG finalized. 
40.7/15 Glenn Laken, Chairman and CEO of CMG Holdings announced today that Company management has arranged financing for all litigation costs related to CMG’s civil RICO lawsuit against Hudson Gray, Studio AG, Mixed Company and the Hudson Defendants. Under the terms of this arrangement, CMG’s only financial responsibilities will be out of pocket expenses, such as experts and deposition costs. In return for said funding, CMG has agreed to share any recovery costs on a 67 - 33 split basis. Mr. Laken noted, “This financing arrangement is a critical component for the Company, to assure that shareholder’s claims against Hudson Gray are vigorously litigated and collected without any danger of coming up short monetarily.” 
41.9/23/15 Glenn announces: CMG Holdings Group, Inc. ("CMG") is pleased to report the debt securities owned by KBM Worldwide (Asher) and its affiliates have been bought by pension funds, and are now in the hands of investors whose interests are aligned with the Company. Additionally, CMG has secured a 30-day option on its remaining toxic debt stating, "we expect to place the remaining debt in similar hands, and by so doing, pave the way for the company to move back into growth mode, which we expect to include strategic mergers and acquisitions, spin-outs, and other shareholder friendly activities." Management expects to make informational disclosures concerning these activities in the near future. 
42.Glenn Laken, CEO, carries on with essentially no revenues. Funding the company on his own, he strives on. 
43.9/25/15...CMG Holdings Group, Inc. (OTCQB: CMGO) announced today it has signed a letter of intent to acquire E&E Enterprises Global, Inc. 
44.Hundreds of Long Shareholders give Glenn standing ovation during sharholder gathering....not really, but should happen, he deserves it. 
45.10/8/15 CMG Holdings Group, Inc. (OTCQB: CMGO) today announced it has signed a letter of intent to acquire Blue Horizon Concepts, Inc. ("BHC") 
46.10/15/15 CMG Holdings Group, Inc. (OTCQB: CMGO) today announced it has signed a letter of intent to acquire Transmit Program Management LLC ("TPM") 
47.11/15 the Company has signed an agreement to spinout its majority owned subsidiary, Good Gaming, Inc., into a publicly tradedentity currently operating as "HDS International Corp. (HDSI/OTC)" 
48.2/18/16 HDS International Corp. and CMG Holdings Group, Inc. (OTC PINK: HDSI & OTCQB: CMGO): Glenn Laken, Chairman and CEO of HDS International Corp.'s ("HDSI") parent, CMG Holdings Group, Inc. ("CMGO"), announced today that the spin-out of Good Gaming is now complete. 

No matter what anyone says on these boards, it is clear and obvious, that we have a strong CEO of high character and will. Not many men would have taken on this herculean task, and with that being said, here we are with CMGO alive and with great prospects. All of this crap was dumped on him within his first month as CEO, yet he has carried on. 

Tremendous potential thanks to Glenn Laken, CEO and Co. 

David Kovacs Board of Directors    
Jan 14th, 2014


A veteran of the investment banking and private equity sectors for over 10 years, Mr. Kovacs is currently the head of Investment Banking and Private Equity for Fitch Learning. Mr. Kovacs is also the Managing Director of Private Equity for Strategic Acquisitions, a $2 billion real estate investment firm. Prior to his current roles, Mr. Kovacs focused on private equity as a Managing Director at The Hinduju Group, one of the largest diversified groups in the world with over $50 billion under management. Mr. Kovacs also worked in various capacities at Citigroup and Blackstone Group in their investment banking and private equity divisions.
With the addition of Mr. Kovacs to the Board, CMG has acquired one of the most respected and brilliant minds in the world of investment and private equity. As a student at Columbia University and City University (NY), Mr. Kovacs completed his undergraduate degree at age 18, finishing the required coursework in two years and earning a triple major in Finance, Economics and Biochemistry.
The wealth of experience and breadth of knowledge that Mr. Kovacs brings to the Board will be invaluable as the Board seeks to enhance current strategies as well as devise new ones to help the company move forward with its current and future initiatives.
With his experience in mature and emerging markets as a training specialist in venture capital, investment banking, and private equity, Mr. Kovacs is also a highly coveted speaker. Mr. Kovacs has lectured at over 100 universities, including the majority of Ivy League schools. He was a lead instructor for the Securities & Exchange Commission and has given talks to industry leaders such as Barclays, JP Morgan, RBC, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority.


Ok, Lets first start with this bit of news released Jan 6th, 2014

"CMG Holdings, Inc. (“CMG” or “the company”) proudly announces today that for the first time in the history of the company, it is debt free."


CMG Holdings Group inc. Quick Background Summary (FergusVI):

The company first caught my eye in February 2008.  This is when Creative Management Group inc. was reverse merged into Pebble Beach Enterprises inc.  There was a change in control, a name change to CMG Holdings Inc.  This company was run by the old management, Alan Morell, Mike Vandetty, and Jim Ennis.  The future looked bright and the OS was around 42M.  

They quickly acquired the assets of Xa, The Experiential Agency in March, 2009. This was exciting because Xa was a proven revenue driver. The company has been around since 1989, through all markets.  Xa proved to be their main revenue source, as the talent management and commercial rights segments produced very little income.  Old management started issuing convertible notes, most likely to pay their large salaries of $675,000/yr. 

In March 2010, they closed on the AudioEye acquisition.  They paid $30k cash, 1.5 Million in shares and deferred capital commitments of 2.5 million over a few years.  Although the IP and patents AE possesed at the time were valuable, and had good independent valuations, history shows that they were ahead of the curve with this purchase and they had a hard time funding AE, as AE wasn't able to generate much revenue at that time.  It was also difficult to finance a subsidiary, under the umbrella of the holding company, so with this, AE was eventually spun off and became an independent public company trading in the OTC under symbol AEYE.  CMG at the time of spinoff was able to retire senior secured notes, give shareholders a dividend, and hold around 5M shares of AE on books, and they also had revenue sharing % of future AE sales and revenue.

There is a lot I'm leaving out, but essentially the company continued (Old Management) to issue more and more convertible notes.  Along the way, many organized long shareholders were accumulating millions and millions of shares. Many from the toxic convertible sales. The long shareholders had had enough and took matters into their own hands and effected a change in control, and instituted new management and a new direction.  Since then, new management has made some very shareholder friendly moves.  Mainly, they took the company to debt free status as cited above from the Jan 6, 2014 8K.  They also reduced the OS substantially, returned shares to the treasury and nullified other outstanding convertibles.  They appointed powerhouse new management additions to the BOD of CMGO and to XA.  They acquired Good Gaming llC, and are making an entrance into the ever growing Esports sector.  Links to follow.

New management sold a portion of their AEYE shares back to AudioEye. With these proceeds, they paid off all debt and are debt free. No convertible notes.  They still retained about 2.36Million shares of AEYE on the books.


Shareholders take back control of company!!!


CMGO's recent change in control summary. This is very rare in the OTC markets.


On November 26th 2012, groups of organized long shareholders sent written correspondence to the then

current management indicating they had 55% majority of the stock and wanted to ammend the corporate bylaws.

On December 13th, 2012, The Majority shareholders were successful in taking back control of the company and appointing a new board of directors and giving current management their departure notices.

On December 19th, The new Board of Directors added new management (Joseph Wagner COO) with industry experience, finalized on termination of old management, and instituted a lock up provision on old managements CMGO shares and AE shares, and retained 55% of UsaveCT and UsaveNJ subsidiaries.

On January 22, 2013, new management informs the shareholders of increased communication and updates, a new line of credit for XA, inc., expectations of dramatic increase in revenues (Revenues were already up in 2012 - 9 months ending Revenue 7.5Million).  They also informed shareholdes that AE dividend shares are with TA and ready for distribution around Mid Feb 2013.  Also informed us of possible corporate name change and ticker change to better reflect main revenue driver, XA, inc.


On August 5, 2013, new management informs the shareholders through an 8K that CMGO has come to an agreement that brings closure to the termination of old management in regards to shares and debt held by the aforementioned resulting in a 11.5% reduction in the company's Outstanding Float and the elimination of an $85,000 note plus two years interest at 20%. There will be a reversal of the $85K note on the company's books.











Business Overview:


XA, The Experiential Agency, Inc. - wholly owned subsidiary



eSports Subsidiary


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I would like to address an affidavit against Glenn Laken that I've seen posted on this board on a couple of occasions. The document filed was never meant for the purpose that was proported, it was only drafted by the individual who was trying to hurt CMG, it's shareholders and the CEO. Barry Mlot authored the affidavit for the sole purpose of getting it into the hands of the attornies representing the Hudson Gray defendants in the RICO case Glenn Laken, CMG and XA Agency have ongoing in the courts. Well since that court filing Sol Mlot (with full knowledge) filed an affidavit on Oct.7, 2016 establishing for the record to correct misinformation put before the public and expose his son's actions for including additional falsified addendums that again were never seen by Sol Mlot nor granted permission to incorporate in the subject affidavit. I know this for a fact because I had the opportunity to read Sol Mlot's recently filed affidavit almost a month ago. I debated hard and long as to whether to go public with this information being that I knew it might cause embarrassment to a 92 year old man. But I decided after having consulted with a friend who's an attorney that I couldn't stand by and watch the reputation of a person that I've known for years as being a hardworking, respectable man get continually sullied any longer. The irony here is that he's in possession of this affidavit and could have publicly presented it but abstained from doing so. I on the other hand felt the record needed to be set straight, so I've taken it upon myself to post it here. I suggest those indiviuals concerned take a moment to read it and determine for yourselves who is the victim and who is the unscrupulous individual in this whole affair. 

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CMG HOLDINGS GROUP, INC. as assignee of 




Civil Action No.: 15-cv-05814-JPO 



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Third-Party Plaintiffs, 



Third-Party Defendants. 

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SOL MLOT, declares under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States as follows: 

1. I am a non-party to this litigation. I am providing this declaration to correct factual misrepresentations submitted, supposedly in my name and by affidavit, by Defendants. I have never seen certain documents Defendants have attached to the subject affidavit and was never told by anyone that this affidavit would be submitted, here. I strenuously object to statements those who have submitted these documents pretend I support and they never even asked me whether I supported them. 

2. Briefly, Mr. Glenn Laken is a CMG principal and I have lived with Ms. Anita Laken, Mr. 

Glenn Laken's mother, for about I 6 years. My adult son, Barry Mlot, has, since the beginning our relationship, viewed Anita as a threat to his inheritance and he has consistently sought to undermine our relationship. Barry was, in fact, the only person with access to the subject affidavit and I believe it was he who provided it Defendants, for his own perceived benefit. 
3. Briefly, 1 have traded stock for more than 60 years and I trade today. 

4. In April, 2012, I asked Glenn if he would share his opinions on certain stocks with me and make suggestions as to stocks he thought had growth potential. He mentioned CMG and I began to accumulate a position in it, along with other recommended stocks. 
5. Glenn was never my stockbroker. He received no compensation from me for his advice. 

6. 1 subsequently asked him to trade certain of my accounts and he agreed to do so, again for no compensation. Some stocks Glenn recommended began to lose money and I asked him if he would be willing to share in the losses of certain of them, including CMG and TNIB. 
7. He agreed to do so and, on June 29, 2013, we memorialized our understanding regarding loss-sharing in a hand-written agreement. 
8. A dispute later developed between us as to which stocks were the subject of this agreement, Glenn recalling the agreement addressed losses in just CMG and TNIB, and me, recalling the agreement was to cover all stocks Glenn recommended or traded, on my behalf. 
9. In July, 2013, Barry inserted himself into this dispute and he began making accusations that Glenn was manipulating CMG's stock price in response to, among other things, domestic disputes I was then having with Anita. I was unaware of any basis for his accusations and am unaware of any today. 

16. Since I executed the affidavit. I have barely communicated with Barry. It is clear to me that he secretly submitted this document. as if he were me. never seeking my permission to do so and Istate categorically that Iwould not have given such permission if asked. 
17. I never saw the two-page "addendum·• (annexed as Exhibit 2 to my affidavi t) which my affidavit pretends to ratify. Inever wrote it, Inever reviewed it. Inever approved it and Ireject its many innuendos and falsehoods. 
18. I have never spoken to Defendants·lawyers about this affidavit. nor the attached two- page addendum. nor anything else. Ihave no idea why they would submit this in a litigation which, as Iunderstand it. has nothing to do with me. without contacting me to determine the facts and whether Isupported doing so. 
19. The affidavit and its Exhibit 2 presents a totally false impression of the facts. 

20. I regret that my son's connivance has caused hi m to engage in such behavior in his efforts to undermine Mr. Laken and CMG. to try to get what he wants. 
DATED: October 7,2016 


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CMGO News: Current Report Filing (8-k) 12/23/2016 04:30:41 PM
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#66261  Sticky Note I would like to address an affidavit against makingwaves 03/08/17 11:22:29 AM
#64721  Sticky Note Every long owes Glenn Laken, CEO, a bunch FergusVI 03/02/16 12:51:46 PM
#63884  Sticky Note One of the first actions CEO Laken effected FergusVI 12/07/15 10:51:03 AM
#63827  Sticky Note Not enough info for even wild-assed guess. Is Homebrew 12/03/15 12:52:03 PM
#66376   You'l see!!!!!!!! poincianamike 04/13/17 04:02:05 PM
#66374   Lmao... Dude you say the same thing all Diver66 04/12/17 09:02:27 PM
#66373   LMFAO!! I think you mean 0.0003-0.0005! just4fun2 04/12/17 07:49:55 PM
#66372   wrong stock Lenard 04/12/17 03:51:44 PM
#66371   .03-.05 poincianamike 04/12/17 03:47:11 PM
#66370   where do we see this stock going in stockyupydowny 04/12/17 03:44:11 PM
#66369   The guys pumping the stock bought on a poincianamike 04/07/17 07:07:58 PM
#66367   And here we back down close to our Diver66 04/07/17 03:23:27 PM
#66366   not yet Matrix999 04/04/17 12:02:43 PM
#66365   Good Gaming turned on the revenue machine: Pic 04/04/17 11:45:44 AM
#66364   Good Gaming Expands Advisory Board with Technology Pioneer Pic 04/04/17 11:38:35 AM
#66363   Any positive news on the legal front will wadirum1 04/04/17 11:35:41 AM
#66362   If it moves like this just cuz the hyrpowr 04/04/17 11:31:02 AM
#66361   Does CMGO have your attention now? wadirum1 04/04/17 11:21:39 AM
#66360   Not sure, call Glenn and ask him.. poincianamike 04/03/17 12:11:46 PM
#66359   ANY ONE KNOW IF THIS IS RELATED TO GG??? MRDALE 04/03/17 11:23:24 AM
#66358   Did I miss the penny we were told Matrix999 04/01/17 11:51:16 AM
#66357   I did say the bird who told us Matrix999 03/29/17 08:02:27 AM
#66356   That was a quick retreat! Buy high, sell lower? Pic 03/28/17 06:47:35 PM
#66355   CMGO had a nice run from 3 newsletter Jays_51/50 03/28/17 02:01:08 PM
#66354   Or .001? Def a buy again at Gutinstinct 03/28/17 10:59:50 AM
#66353   Thank you for your observation cbrad. Apparently the makingwaves 03/28/17 10:09:29 AM
#66352   So, overall, is the reverse split indicative of shedhnt 03/27/17 11:02:08 PM
#66351   This Edgar Filing Concering the Reverse-Split is Erroneous: cbrad10480 03/27/17 06:58:14 PM
#66350   Wellll yaaahhh!! MRDALE 03/27/17 06:22:11 PM
#66349   Any positive news on the legal front and wadirum1 03/27/17 06:14:00 PM
#66348   Do we have to go that low again? Pic 03/27/17 02:35:58 PM
#66347   Ok cool that was fun. Now Back to Gutinstinct 03/27/17 02:06:32 PM
#66346   A birdy told me maybe silver by the Matrix999 03/27/17 11:15:55 AM
#66345   Looks like a small pull-back before your prophecy unfolds. Pic 03/27/17 10:35:34 AM
#66344   I wonder what Glenn's role is in this Lenard 03/26/17 09:42:23 PM
#66343   I wonder what Glenn's role is in this Homebrew 03/26/17 03:25:19 PM
#66342   They promote to their followers on their website. poincianamike 03/26/17 03:22:06 PM
#66341   On what grounds. It was a promoter OneBrokeMama 03/25/17 07:36:49 PM
#66340   Expect to hit .01-.02 this week. poincianamike 03/25/17 07:06:40 PM
#66339   Ugh of course. Well we see how OneBrokeMama 03/24/17 05:05:32 PM
#66338   Ambulance chaser pump. It's a loser site which Lenard 03/24/17 03:22:06 PM
#66337   How did they portray CMGO? It has been Pic 03/24/17 02:15:47 PM
#66336   It doesn't look like that at all to wadirum1 03/24/17 01:50:51 PM
#66335   Just FYI, but I got an email this fuzzyneon 03/24/17 01:47:45 PM
#66333   Just a front loaded pump. Wouldn't hold if ThirdSyte 03/24/17 11:06:58 AM
#66332   OMG what's going on here? ANIA77 03/24/17 11:05:02 AM
#66331   Always a breath of fresh air, when we Pic 03/24/17 10:58:28 AM
#66330   Where is what coming from? Pic 03/24/17 10:57:10 AM
#66329   If Joey was smart (and it doesn't appear Pic 03/24/17 10:56:37 AM
#66328   Hate it when that happens - sure MRDALE 03/24/17 10:45:41 AM
#66327   and where is this coming from? Boum-Yeah 03/24/17 10:38:06 AM
#66326   Yep she lit up like a Christmas tree hyrpowr 03/24/17 10:09:53 AM
#66325   Love, money and time. Beats Lawyers, guns and Pic 03/24/17 10:02:37 AM
#66324   Todays stock pick for a group: Pic 03/24/17 10:01:05 AM