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June 14, 2010
Bravada Begins Drilling at Signal Project in Nevada

Bravada Gold Corporation (BVA.V) reports that diamond drilling is now underway at its wholly-owned Signal
property, located along the Battle Mountain-Eureka Gold trend in Nevada. The 1125 hectare Carlin-type gold
project is located in the northwestern portion of the Eureka District, which includes Barrick Gold Corp’s Ruby
Hill mine six kilometres to the east of Signal.

Two core holes (approximately 1,200 metres total) are planned to test the intersection of a high-angle feeder fault
with favourable Devonian “Lower Plate” carbonate host rocks projected from nearby outcrops. The feeder fault is
related to a small, near-surface Carlin-type gold occurrence that was the subject of previous drilling by Bravada’s
principal shareholder, Bravo Gold Corporation.

President Joe Kizis comments, “Relatively small Carlin-type occurrences, such as those already discovered at
Signal, often represent leakage haloes around much larger gold deposits. This is particularly true in highly
productive mining districts such as the Eureka district. Often the same feeder faults are responsible for both the
leakage deposits and the much larger and more economically important deposits. In essence, this is a variation
of ‘head-frame’ exploration that has been so successfully applied by the major mining companies near their
existing mines, and we believe this reduces our risk in searching for new multi-million ounce Carlin-type gold
deposits.”

The company is also preparing the PH property for drilling that is planned for late July or August. The property
lies immediately east of US Gold’s Tonkin Springs property and northeast of Miranda’s Red Hills gold property.
Gold mineralization is exposed in prospective Lower Plate carbonates at PH, with assays of surface grab samples
ranging from background to 3.39g/t Au. Alteration and pathfinder geochemistry typical of Carlin-style deposits
occurs within high-angle faults that cut relatively unfavorable carbonate rocks at the property; however, the highly
prospective Roberts Mountains formation should underlie this surface mineralization. The target is the buried
Roberts Mountains formation beneath surface-mineralized faults.

Also planned for drilling this summer or early fall is the SF property, which is located east of the Eocene-age
Carlin-type deposits in the Cortez mining district and east of the Miocene-age low-sulfidation epithermal-type
deposit at the previously mined Buckhorn deposit. Several large Carlin deposits show evidence of overprinting
by younger gold systems, an indication that their plumbing systems are deeply rooted. Both Carlin-type and lowsulfidation-type alteration are present at SF, with narrow zones of Carlin-style geochemistry intersected in a drill
hole directly east of the property of a another company. The target is highly favorable Devonian-age Wenban
limestone and Horse Canyon formation host rocks adjacent to a major fault projected beneath thin gravel cover.

About Bravada Gold Corporation
Bravada Gold Corporation is a member of the Manex Resource Group of companies with an exploration office in
Reno, Nevada from which it is exploring its extensive Carlin-type gold holdings strategically located within the
Battle Mountain/Eureka “Cortez” gold trend in Nevada. Bravo Gold Corp. owns 44% of 25,619,218 common
shares currently outstanding.

Joseph Anthony Kizis, Jr. (P.Geo.) is the Qualified Person responsible for reviewing the technical results in this
release.

On behalf of the Board of Directors
“Joseph A. Kizis, Jr.”
Joseph A. Kizis Jr., Director, President, Bravada Gold Corporation

For further information, please visit the company’s website at bravadagold.com or contact Jeff Stuart or
Liana Shahinian at 1.888.456.1112 or by email at jstuart@mnxltd.com or liana@mnxltd.com.

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