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MGT Capital ReportsAdministrative Change To Proposed Reverse/Forward Stock Split

MGT Capital Investments, Inc. (MGT: Quote) said that it was notified on March 15, 2012 by NYSE Amex LLC that the Company was expected to require that Company shareholders surrender their share certificates upon the effectiveness of the Company's previously disclosed reverse-forward stock split. The combined Reverse/Forward Split ratio equates to approximately 1-for-33 shares of Common Stock.

The company anticipates that the Reverse/Forward Split will become effective on March 21, 2012 following approval at a special meeting of the shareholders of the Company to be held on March 20, 2012.

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