GREAT CANADIAN GAMING EXTENDS OPERATING AGREEMENT FOR HASTINGS RACECOURSE WITH CITY OF VANCOUVER

October 24, 2014 – Richmond, BC – Great Canadian Gaming Corporation [TSX: GC] (“Great Canadian” or “the Company”) announced today that it has reached an agreement for a 2 year extension to the operating agreement for its Hastings Racecourse property located on the Pacific National Exhibition grounds in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Hastings Racecourse General Manager, Darren MacDonald stated, “This extension of our operating agreement enables us to continue to offer our guests at Hastings Racecourse live and simulcast racing as well as an exciting gaming experience. This extension allows us to continue working with industry stakeholders towards a long-term, sustainable horse racing program at Hastings.”

Hastings Racecourse has been operating at its current location for over 125 years and features exciting live thoroughbred racing May through October, simulcast racing, numerous food and beverage options, slot machines, and free admission.

The extension will be effective to November 2016. The current operating agreement was due to expire in November 2014.

ABOUT GREAT CANADIAN GAMING CORPORATION

Great Canadian Gaming Corporation operates gaming, entertainment and hospitality facilities in British Columbia, Ontario, Nova Scotia, and Washington State. The Company’s 17 gaming properties consist of three community gaming centres, four racetracks, and ten casinos, including one with a Four Diamond resort hotel. As of June 30, 2014, the Company had approximately 3,900 employees in Canada and 600 in Washington State. Further information is available on the Company’s website, www.gcgaming.com.

DISCLAIMER

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