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Vista Group Signs Multi-Year Contract Extension with Global Super-Circuit – Cineworld


Vista Group International ("Vista Group," NZX & ASX: VGL) has signed a
renewed and extended agreement with Cineworld Group plc ("Cineworld"),
which following its £2.4bn acquisition of USA-based Regal Entertainment
Group ("Regal") in March 2018, has become the world's second largest
cinema exhibition chain.

The new agreement continues the relationship in the existing Cineworld
territories in which Vista is licensed and installed – the UK, Ireland
and the USA, and extends the term for 5 years.

Now included are a wider range of Vista Entertainment Solutions ("Vista
Cinema") products, as well as solutions provided by Vista Group
companies – Movio, Numero and movieXchange Showtimes, which considerably
expands the portfolio of complementary Vista Group products within the
Cineworld super-circuit.

Kimbal Riley, Vista Group Chief Executive, is obviously delighted with
the continuation of the long-standing relationship with Cineworld Group.
"Vista Group has a unique and compelling suite of offerings for global
super-circuits and we're delighted that Cineworld has renewed our
relationship and extended it to include new and exciting Vista products.
It is testament to our product, to our people, and to the trust that we
have built with Cineworld over a long period of time; these are the
foundations of this new contract," commented Mr Riley.

"Cineworld is a renowned global innovator in the exhibition sector and
Vista Group and Cineworld will continue to work collaboratively on a
number of initiatives to support and enhance that innovation."

Cineworld Deputy Chief Executive Officer Israel Greidinger noted, "We
have a long-standing relationship with Vista Group; their products and
our collaborative engagement has delivered some outstanding innovation
and excellent support for our global business. This new agreement will
see us continue to build on that into the future."

About Vista Group:

Vista Group International ("Vista Group") is a public company, founded
in New Zealand in the mid 1990's and listed on both the New Zealand and
Australian stock exchanges (NZX & ASX: VGL) in 2014. The Group provides
software and additional technology solutions across the global film
industry. Cinema management software is provided by founding company
Vista Entertainment Solutions ("Vista Cinema"), the core business of the
Group. Movio (authority in moviegoer data analytics), Veezi (cloud-based
SaaS software for the Independent Cinema Market), movieXchange
(connecting the movie industry to simplify the supply of film media for
promotion and the sale of movie tickets), Maccs (film distribution
software), Numero (box office reporting software for film distributors
and cinemas), Cinema Intelligence (business intelligence solutions),
Powster (creative studio and marketing platform for movie studios) and
Flicks (moviegoer "go to" portal for movie information) provide an
innovative range of complementary products across additional film
industry sectors, from production and distribution, to cinema exhibition
through to the moviegoer experience.

Vista Group has offices located in New Zealand (Auckland HQ), Sydney,
Cape Town, London, the Netherlands, Romania, Shanghai, Beijing, Los
Angeles, and Mexico City.


Source: Vista Group International Ltd, Auckland, NZ

About Cineworld Group:

Cineworld Group plc was founded in 1995 and is now one of the leading
cinema groups in Europe. Originally a private company, it re-registered
as a public company in May 2006 and listed on the London Stock Exchange
in May 2007. Currently, Cineworld Group plc is the only quoted UK cinema

Cineworld is an international cinema chain operating in ten different
territories with 792 sites and 9,542 screens*.

*As at 30 June 2018.


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