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Vobile Group Wins China Financial Market Awards 2017

11 January, 2018

HONG KONG – (ACN Newswire) – Vobile Group Limited (“Vobile Group” or the Company, SEHK: 3738), the worldwide leading provider of online video content protection services and a Technology and Engineering Emmy Winner, was recognized with “Outstanding Technology Company Award for the Year” – China Financial Market Awards 2017.

China Financial Market Awards is given by China Financial Market, a renowned financial magazine in Hong Kong, and determined by a panel composed of eight authoritative organizations in the Asian financial powerhouse including the Listed Company Committee of Hong Kong Chinese Enterprises Association, Hong Kong Mergers & Acquisitions Association, the Hong Kong China Financial Association, the Chinese Asset Management Association of Hong Kong, the Chinese Asset Management Association of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries, Hong Kong Institute of Financial Analysts and Professional Commentators, and Top 100 HK-listed Companies Association as accolades for China and Hong Kong listed companies with outstanding performance.

“Outstanding Technology Company Award for the Year” is a timely recognition on Vobile Group’s technology achievements. Vobile will capitalize on its new access to global funds to accelerate the Company’s business development. Founded in 2005 in Silicon Valley, USA., Vobile Group listed on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited on January 4, 2018 as the first new stock issue this year.

Vobile (SEHK: 3738) is a SaaS industry leader around the world in intellectual property protection, monetization, and marketing. It was honored as a winner of the 69th annual Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards for its innovation excellence in developing video identification technology to protect content value and copyright. We are guided by data, a love of entertainment, and an entrepreneurial spirit, servicing the world’s largest platforms, film studios, TV networks, sports leagues, music labels, and other content owners.

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