Companies Enter Initial Six Month Agreement through June 2012

UNIVERSAL CITY, CA – January 5, 2011 – Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc.  (OTC: CMGR) (”Camelot”) announced today that it has entered into a funding and investment banking related consulting services agreement with JSJ Investments, Inc. (“JSJ”) as reported in the Company’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”).

Under the terms of the agreement, JSJ will provide Camelot with investment banking related consulting services and a minimum monthly infusion of $15,000 to $25,000 for corporate expense related items incurred at Camelot’s Irvine, California offices, including accounting, legal and other administrative costs, with the specific amount determined by JSJ, for an initial period of six months beginning on or about December 9, 2011 and continuing until June 8, 2012. JSJ has also notified Camelot that it plans to purchase stock in the open market.

“We are excited to have JSJ Investments join our team,” stated Camelot Chairman Robert Atwell. “Their insight into the marketplace, expertise and belief in our business model will be a great asset to us. We are both looking forward to a strong year for Camelot in 2012.”

As consideration for the investment banking related services and the infusion of cash, the Company will issue a two-year no-interest convertible promissory note to JSJ in the amount of $300,000 convertible into shares of Camelot’s common stock (In the event Camelot does not retire the promissory note at the end of two years, then the promissory note shall accrue interest at the rate of 15% per annum until the outstanding principal amount and any accrued interest is paid). The Company will also issue JSJ Camelot Preferred Stock, including five per cent (5%) of its Series A Convertible Preferred Stock. In addition, JSJ will receive warrants enabling them to purchase up to five per cent (5%) of CMGR’s outstanding common stock annually.

Complete details of the transaction can be found on Camelot’s website at or through Camelot’s Form 8-K, which is available for viewing at

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