INVESTOR CONFERENCE CALL: AN INVITATION

Dear investor:

Larry Phillips, President, and CEO of Compass Gold Corp., is pleased to invite you to join him and our Technical Director, Dr. Sandy Archibald, for a conference call so that they can answer your questions and provide you with a brief update on the Company’s progress and exciting plans for launching the first ever bedrock drilling program on our Sikasso Properties in Southern Mali.

Anyone interested in joining one of the calls is invited to call the appropriate number below, (or refer to these International Dial in numbers) at any of the following times: 9:00 a.m. Eastern Time (Toronto) Monday, Nov 19th  / 9:00 a.m. ET Tuesday, Nov 20th / or 7:30 p.m. ET Tuesday Nov 20th

PRIMARY* CONFERENCE CALL NUMBERS:

Australia, Sydney : +1 61 (0) 2 8017 6391

Australia, Melbourne : +1 61 (0) 3 8687 0614

Australia, Brisbane : +1 61 (0) 7 3015 0608

Australia (toll free) : 1 800 720 493

Toronto Local: 416-915-3615

USA /Canada (toll free) 1-855-747-8824

USA 1-605-475-5618

Participant passcode is: 863201

Please let me know if you plan to join us at a particular time, so that I can have an idea of numbers. If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kind regards,

Greg W. Taylor

Director – Investor Relations & Corporate Communications

Compass Gold Corp.

E: gtaylor@compassgoldcorp.com

Website: www.compassgoldcorp.com

Compass Gold Corporation Appoints INFOR Financial Inc. for Market Maker Services

TORONTO, Oct. 12, 2018 – Compass Gold Corporation. (TSX-V: CVB) (“Compass”) is pleased to announce that it has retained INFOR Financial Inc. (INFOR Financial) to provide market making services on the TSX Venture Exchange (the “TSX-V”), in compliance with the policies and guidelines of the exchange.

INFOR Financial will trade the securities of Compass Gold on the TSX-V for the purpose of maintaining an orderly market and to provide liquidity of Compass’ common shares. Compass Gold will pay INFOR Financial $5,000 per month for a minimum term of three months renewable every month thereafter.  Each party will have an option to cancel upon thirty days’ prior notice. There are no performance factors contained in the agreement and INFOR Financial will not receive shares or options as compensation. INFOR Financial and Compass Gold are unrelated and unaffiliated entities, but INFOR Financial and/or its clients may have an interest, directly or indirectly, in the securities of Compass.

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SOIL GEOCHEMICAL SURVEY IDENTIFIES NUMEROUS GOLD ANOMALIES COINCIDENT WITH CRUSTAL-SCALE FAULTS ON KOUROU PERMIT

Toronto, Ontario, October 9, 2018 – Compass Gold Corp. (TSX-V:CVB) (Compass or the Company) is pleased to provide an update on the now completed priority shallow soil geochemical survey program over the Kourou and Tiélouléna exploration permits on its Sikasso Property in Southern Mali.

Highlights

  • Twelve discrete gold anomalies were identified on Kourou permit along strike lengths up to 5 km
  • Highest soil sample contained 1.38 grams per tonne (g/t) gold (Au)
  • Fourteen soil samples contained more than 0.1 g/t Au (100 ppb)
  • A total of 4,597 shallow soil samples were collected on the Kourou and Tiélouléna permits, where 689 shallow soil samples returned above the 5 parts per billion (ppb) limit of detection
  • Mineralization is coincident with deep linear structures, interpreted as faults, from a remote sensing study

 Compass CEO, Larry Phillips, commented, “We are pleased to report the results from our initial shallow soil program on Kourou, where we have identified twelve linear anomalies over the length of the permit.  Most of the anomalies correspond with interpreted faults.  This includes a 2-km anomaly associated with artisanal workings that contained up to 5.04 g/t gold from grab samples.  Again, these initial results give us confidence that we are following the right exploration plan in an area that has been shown to contain several, rich gold mines. Meanwhile, we are anxious to continue our work on these two permits once the rains abate. At the same time, we will be initiating the first bedrock drilling program on our Ouassada permit targets, which are located approximately 50 km northwest of Kourou and Tiélouléna.”

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DRILLING CONTRACT SIGNED IN PREPARATION FOR TESTING THE FIRST OF 14 BEDROCK GOLD TARGETS

Toronto, Ontario, September 27, 2018 – Compass Gold Corp. (TSX-V: CVB) (Compass or the Company) is pleased to announce that it has engaged a drilling contractor in preparation for the Company’s initial 3,500 m bedrock-drilling program on the Ouassada permit on its Sikasso Property in Southern Mali.

Highlights

  • Signed drilling contact with Target Drilling SARL for the provision of 2,500 m of air core (AC) drilling and 1,000 m of reverse circulation (RC) drilling
  • Drilling represents the first ever bedrock drilling on the 1,179 sq. km Sikasso Property
  • Initial drilling will focus on four zones on the Ouassada permit considered to be priority areas, and which contain active artisanal gold mining
  • A total of 14 drilling targets were identified on the permit using a combination of geochemistry, geophysics, remote sensing and geological mapping
  • The drilling targets average 1.2 km in length, and the expected depth to fresh bedrock is approximately 50 m

Compass CEO, Larry Phillips, commented, “I am excited at the prospect of drill testing the first of the bedrock drill targets at Ouassada that our technical team has worked diligently to select. Target Drilling has a good reputation and track record in Mali, and we eagerly anticipate seeing their drill rigs starting as soon as ground conditions permit. Artisanal miners have been finding gold in the bedrock on the Sikasso Property for at least fifteen years, but this will be the first time anyone has drill-tested it.”

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COMPASS GOLD IDENTIFIES DISCRETE GOLD IN SOIL ANOMALIES COINCIDENT WITH CRUSTAL-SCALE FAULTS ON KALÉ PERMIT

Toronto, Ontario, September 17, 2018 – Compass Gold Corp. (TSX-V: CVB) (Compass or the Company) is pleased to provide an update on the initial results from the completed shallow soil geochemical survey program over the Kalé exploration permit on its Sikasso Property in Southern Mali.
Highlights
● Four discrete anomalous gold zones were identified over a distance of 15 km on the Kalé permit
● Highest soil sample contained 127 parts per billion (ppb) gold (Au) over a permit with no known outcrops
● Gold anomalism is coincident with deep linear structures, interpreted as faults, identified in the recently completed remote sensing and geophysics studies
● 1,746 samples were collected and analyzed on the areas considered the most prospective for gold mineralization

Compass CEO, Larry Phillips, commented, “These latest shallow soil assay results from the Kalé permit provide us with more evidence of the mounting potential across much of our Sikasso property. Our focused soil sampling study over Kalé has identified four areas over a distance of 14 km that require follow-up geochemistry. Importantly, our remote sensing and geophysical studies suggest these anomalies are located on the fault zone associated with at least two other known gold deposits. When field operations begin after the rains, these will be four more areas where we look forward to conducting additional work.”

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DRILLING PLANNED TO COMMENCE IN EARLY NOVEMBER TO TEST FIRST OF 14 IDENTIFIED BEDROCK TARGETS

Toronto, Ontario, July 31, 2018 – Compass Gold Corp. (TSX-V: CVB) (Compass or the Company) is pleased to provide an update on the current geochemistry and geophysics surveys, and the planned Q4 work program on the Sikasso Property in Southern Mali.

Highlights

  • Completion of phase 1 exploration on Ouassada permit, and review of results has identified 14 targets over a distance of 12 km that warrant bedrock drilling
  • Proposed phase 2 drilling will target near-surface bedrock gold mineralization
  • Four zones containing active artisanal mining are considered priority areas; will involve six fences of drilling totaling approximately 3,500 m
  • The average length of the 14 drilling targets is 1.2 km; the longest zone is 2.45 km
  • Targets based on shallow and deep (auger) soil gold anomalism; induced polarization (IP) conductors; geological mapping; and, interpretation of high-resolution airborne magnetic geophysics

Compass CEO, Larry Phillips, commented, “This represents an exciting new chapter for the Company, as it will be the first bedrock drilling program ever executed on our 1,179 sq. km Sikasso property. We’ve achieved this pending milestone through the dedicated work of our technical team, led by Dr. Madani Diallo, which has complied the results of extensive exploration geochemistry and geophysics work to identify these first 14 bedrock drilling targets.  While we had already planned and budgeted to examine the first two targets in this second phase, we have identified still more priority targets. Now, with the additional funds raised in May, we are looking to expand our bedrock drilling to test four priority target zones in areas of current artisanal mining activity. We hope that drilling will begin in early-November when ground conditions are suitable.”

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FIELDWORK CONTINUES ON OUASSADA & SANKARANI PERMITS TO AID BEDROCK DRILLING TARGETING

Toronto, Ontario, July 16, 2018 – Compass Gold Corp. (TSX-V:CVB) (Compass or the Company) is pleased to provide an update on ongoing geochemistry and geophysics fieldwork from the priority target areas on the Ouassada and Sankarani exploration permits on its Sikasso Property in Southern Mali.
Highlights
● Several discrete highly anomalous gold samples identified at Ouassada target area 3 (TA3)
o Anomalies correlate with margins of a late granodiorite intrusion, and a shear zone within the intrusion
● A five-line, 18-km-long, induced polarization (IP) study has been completed over the principal target zone (target area 1/TA1) on Ouassada to aid in identifying drilling targets in the principal exploration area
● An expedited 95-hole deep soil auger drilling program has been completed over the high-priority Sodala shallow soil gold anomaly on the Sankarani permit

Compass CEO, Larry Phillips, commented, “Work on our southern Malian property is progressing despite the heavy rains in the region, and we are very pleased with both the results and the progress we are making. These results are invaluable in helping us to refine our next exploration efforts. While TA1 at Ouassada is currently our principle target on the permit – where we have identified a broad zone of gold anomalism over a distance of 12 km located 4 km to the west of TA 3 – we are awaiting the assay results from several other areas on our property. At the same time, we are reviewing the results of our recently completed IP study over TA1, which will aid in determining our bedrock drilling targets there. ”

“We have also completed our deep soil auger drilling at the new Sodala anomaly on our Sankarani permit, where shallow soil sampling identified a 2 km-wide area with soil samples containing up to 31.1 g/t gold. We expect that within a few weeks we will have all of the data and results to formulate a deep drilling plan for Ouassada and Sankarani that will include multiple priority targets. Pending results on Kalé may add to the deep drilling target priorities before the end of the rainy season.”

Compass Technical Director, Dr. Sandy Archibald, added, “I am pleased with the exploration progress on our property. Our geological knowledge of the five permits continues to grow daily as we received the results from our field surveys, and our technical team looks forward to using the data to define our Q4 deeper drilling targets. We expect shallow soil gold assay results from our Kalé, Kourou, and Tiélouoléna permits shortly, which we hope will lead to more exploration activity in addition to our planned work on the preliminary drilling targets we’ve identified so far at Ouassada and Sankarani.”

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GEOPHYSICAL SURVEY AND INFILLED AUGER DRILLING INITIATED ON MALIAN PERMITS

Toronto, Ontario, June 25, 2018 – Compass Gold Corp. (TSX-V:CVB) (Compass or the Company) is pleased to provide an update on exploration programs on the their Ouassada and Sankarani exploration permits in Southern Mali.
Highlights
● Fieldwork on five induced polarization (IP) survey lines, totaling 18 kilometers, has started to cover the deep auger soil sampling anomalies previously identified on the Ouassada permit
● A deep auger soil sampling program has been initiated over the Sodala shallow soil anomaly (2 km x 5 km) on the Sankarani permit
● 7,521 shallow soil samples from priority areas at Kalé, Kourou, Tiélouléna, and infill areas at Sankarani are at the assay laboratory
● Deep drilling targeting studies are ongoing, which will be finalized when the IP and auger drilling programs are completed in July

Compass CEO, Larry Phillips, commented, “We are pushing to complete our exploration work on our Sikasso property area prior to the rainy season. The deep soil auger drilling program at Sodala will aid our understanding of this exciting new gold target and provide valuable information about the extent of the near surface mineralization. We will use the information gathered from this near surface work as well as the current IP survey on Ouassada to help refine our initial bedrock targets, which we plan to begin drilling in October. The drilling will help determine the nature, grade and extent of the gold mineralization in the bedrock.

We are also eagerly anticipating the results from our shallow soil sample programs from Kalé, Kourou and Tiélouléna, as these relatively underexplored permits contain numerous geophysical and structural targets identified from recent studies.”

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SOIL GEOCHEMICAL SURVEY IDENTIFIES INTENSE GOLD ANOMALIES COINCIDENT WITH CRUSTAL-SCALE FAULTS ON SANKARANI PERMIT

Toronto, Ontario, May 31, 2018 – Compass Gold Corp. (TSX-V:CVB) (Compass or the Company) is pleased to provide an update on the now completed shallow soil geochemical survey program over the Sankarani exploration permit on its Sikasso Property in Southern Mali.

Highlights

  • Four discrete gold anomalies were identified along strike lengths up to 3 km and widths up to 1 km
  • Highest soil sample contained 31.30 parts per million (ppm) or 31.3 grams per tonne (g/t) gold (Au) over previously undocumented artisanal workings north of Sodala.
  • Five additional soil samples contained more than 1 g/t Au, these included 15.30, 10.10, 2.49, 1.24, and 1.15 g/t
  • A total of 1,715 shallow soil samples were collected on the Sankarani permit, where the average gold background for shallow soil samples was 8 parts per billion (ppb).
  • Mineralization is coincident with deep linear structures, interpreted as faults, from the recently completed remote sensing study

Compass CEO, Larry Phillips, commented, “This is the first time that the whole of the Sankarani permit has been covered by a shallow soil sampling program, and although we expected elevated gold concentrations, these assay results are quite remarkable.  What makes them even more exciting is the fact that all four of the main anomalous zones correspond to deeper targets identified by our recently completed remote sensing study. This certainly augurs well for the previously identified targets on our other Sikasso permits.”

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INDEPENDENT GEOPHYSICAL AND REMOTE SENSING STUDIES IDENTIFY 56 DISCRETE SUB-SURFACE EXPLORATION TARGETS

Toronto, Ontario, May 28, 2018 – Compass Gold Corp. (TSX-V:CVB) (Compass or the Company) is pleased to provide an update on the results of recent independent geophysical, remote sensing, and structural studies conducted on the five permits that comprise the Sikasso Property in Southern Mali.

Highlights

  • A total of 56 discrete sub-surface exploration targets were identified on the Sikasso Property, many of which are identical to the 35 near-surface targets previously reported in the *NI 43-101 technical report
  • Three primary targets on Ouassada correspond with a 12-km long and 1-km wide zone of anomalous gold identified by shallow soil and deep auger drilling. The largest target identified through these recent studies covered an area of 12 sq. km.
  • 10 target areas are identified on the Ouassada permit, 12 on Sankarani, 13 on Kourou, 11 on Tiélouléna, and 10 on Kalé.
  • Reinterpretation of the historic and recent airborne geophysics defined numerous regional and local scale faults, and discrete lithological boundaries related to radiometric results
  • A Sentinel-2 multispectral study identified hydrothermal iron oxide and clay alteration associated with faults and margins of intrusions, and which are commonly associated with mineralizing fluids in ore systems
  • Satellite and geophysical lineament analysis was performed, which complemented the results of the initial geophysical study

(*August 2017 “National Instrument 43-101 Technical Report on the Sikasso Property, Southern Mali,” by Dr. Sandy Archibald, P.Geo.)

Compass CEO, Larry Phillips, commented, “I’m extremely pleased with these results, not only because they support our current exploration plan, but because they provide further guidance for prioritizing our drilling program in Q3 when we plan to begin drilling deeper and into the bedrock. The independent studies also reflect the Company’s commitment to technical excellence in exploration on the Sikasso Project.”

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