Serengeti Reports Completion of Airborne Survey on RCN Property Located Adjacent to GT Gold in Golden Triangle Area of Northwestern BC

Serengeti Resources Inc.

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Nov. 6, 2017) - Serengeti Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:SIR)(FRANKFURT:34S) ("Serengeti" or "the Company") announces that it has recently completed an aeromagnetic survey over its 100% owned RCN property located eight kilometres north of Iskut, within the Golden Triangle region of Northwestern British Columbia. The RCN property is situated seven kilometres northeast of GT Gold's Tatogga project, where recent drilling has expanded a high-grade epithermal system along significant strike length (see GT Gold's press release dated October 16, 2017); and seven kilometres north of Colorado Resources' North Rok copper-gold porphyry project (see Colorado Resources' press release dated March 13, 2017). Serengeti's recent RCN survey has highlighted several targets, including two linear magnetic anomalies, one of which is coincident with a quartz-sericite-pyrite (QSP) zone and copper-gold mineralisation identified by Serengeti in 2014 (see news release dated September 3rd, 2014) and appear to exhibit similar orientations to those hosting high grade gold-silver-polymetallic mineralisation at GT Gold's Tatogga property. Both linear magnetic anomalies lie on strike with a mineralised trend on an adjacent property and may represent typical mineralised structures in the region. To view more information on the RCN property, including property location map and airborne survey, please visit the Company's website: