Large Mineralized System At Rift Anticline Target

RENO, NV - NuLegacy Gold Corporation has identified compelling geochemical trends pointing towards a very large mineralized system within the Rift Anticline target at its 100% controlled Red Hill gold project, north central Nevada. "Widespread strongly elevated pathfinder elements paint a very encouraging picture at Red Hill," said, Quinton Hennigh, Technical Advisor. "Arsenic, antimony, mercury and thallium along with gold clearly show highest abundance proximal to the shallowly west dipping CMZ fault system that underlies much of the property, especially the Rift Anticline target area. The Iceberg and Serena corridor appears to be up-dip leakage along this structure, and there are clear indications of a much larger mineralized system intensifying as it dips gently toward the Rift Anticline. The current deep drill program is ideally designed to test the down dip part of this strong geochemical trend, especially where the CMZ fault cuts across favorable host stratigraphy. Given we are seeing very thick sections of the prospective Wenban and Roberts Mountain formations, we think we have the right ingredients to find a very large Carlin gold deposit at Rift Anticline."

Summary: Gold, pathfinder elements and silicification collectively show a clear vector from the Serena-Iceberg trend toward the Rift Anticline target forming a blanket like zone dipping shallowly westward at an inclination of about 15 degrees and beneath holes RA20-01 and RA20-02 drilled late last year; A pronounced open-ended multi-element geochemical anomaly is situated beneath hole WS19-01C. Samples from the very bottom of this hole contain some of the highest arsenic, antimony, thallium and mercury values encountered at Red Hill, and the last sample grades a highly anomalous 2.63 grams/t gold. NuLegacy believes these highly anomalous geochemical values indicate good potential beneath and further west of this area. Interestingly, the highest gram-meter gold intercept on the property, 8.7 m grading 16.9 grams/t gold (147 gram-meters) encountered in hole SR18-02, is a short distance east of this open-ended geochemical anomaly, a clear sign that the mineralizing system has the capacity to generate high gold grades; NuLegacy believes the blanket like geochemical zone that is taking shape is associated with the shallowly west dipping Central Mineralized Zone (CMZ) fault, the structure that may prove to be the feeder for mineralization at Rift Anticline. Prospective targets should occur where this structure is projected to cut across favorable host rocks. The CMZ fault persists under the entirety of the Rift Anticline target thus making this entire 7 km long, 3 km wide corridor prospective for a Carlin-type gold discovery; and Planned drill holes that are part of the just commenced 2021 drill campaign are being extended to greater depths in order to fully test this blanket like geochemically anomalous zone. NuLegacy has twelve deep drill holes planned across the Rift Anticline target during the spring-summer 2021 exploration program.

Five reverse circulation pre-collar holes have been completed and a sixth is underway. Two diamond core rigs are currently drilling with a third core rig expected on site during the next couple of weeks. Sampling Methodology, Chain of Custody, Quality Control and Quality Assurance: All sampling was conducted under the supervision of the Company’s project geologists and the chain of custody from the project to the sample preparation facility was continuously monitored. A blank or certified reference material was inserted approximately every 20th sample. The samples were delivered to American Assay Labs’ preparation facility in Sparks, NV. The samples were crushed, pulverized and sample pulps were analyzed by American Assay Labs’ certified laboratory in Sparks, NV. Pulps were digested and analyzed for gold using fire assay fusion and an atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS) finish on a 30-gram split. All other elements are determined by ICP analysis. Data verification of the analytical results included a statistical analysis of the standards and blanks that must pass certain parameters for acceptance to ensure accurate and verifiable results. The reported intercepts are not necessarily true widths as there is insufficient data at this time with respect to the shape of the mineralization to calculate its true orientation.