Prize Mining (Prize) announced that it has successfully completed its second and final drilling program of 2017 on the Toughnut Property near Nelson in southeastern British Columbia.

A total of 11 diamond drill holes were completed totalling 1,729.96 meters from 7 drill pad locations including 1 helicopter pad. The drill core logging has been completed. Hole 1 to 5 and 11 which included 660 samples have been sent for assaying. The remainder will be sent out in early January. The Company anticipates a total of 1,175 core samples to be assayed.

Feisal Somji, Prize's Chief Executive Officer, commented "We look forward to the results from our recently completed Toughnut drill program. The 1010-hectare property includes the Toughnut showing (MF 092FSW294) with nearby historical drilling in 2010 returning intersections of up to 14.47 g/t Au over 4m within a broader 24.3m zone of 4.02 g/t Au. The property lies contiguous to the west side of Prize's Daylight property and is part of our district wide approach."

Daylight Property update

The company anticipates having drill results from it's 18 hole drill program within the next several weeks.

As a 3rd party contractor, Terralogic personnel has maintained a rigorous and independent QA/QC program throughout the duration of the Toughnut drilling program. Sample chain-of-custody was instituted with analysis being completed by Bureau Veritas, in Vancouver BC. Analytical packages utilized include a strong acid ICP analysis (MA250) and gold fire-assay analysis on a large 50g split (FA450). Gravimetric analysis (FA550) will be carried out on any over detection gold assays greater than 10 g/t. Bureau Veritas is wholly independent of Prize Mining and TerraLogic and is accredited under CAN-P-4E (ISO/IEC 17025): General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories ISO/IEC 17025-2005Jarrod Brown, P.Geo., a Qualified Person under NI 43-101, has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical information in this news release. About Prize Mining Corp.