EOS imaging announced that its Board of Directors met on May 18, 2021 to acknowledge the change of control of the Company following the completion of the first tender offer initiated by Alphatec Holdings Inc., as a result of which, ATEC holds 89.1% of the common shares and voting rights of the Company and 57.2% of the outstanding OCEANEs. The tender offer has been reopened as of May 17 through June 2, 2021 (included). Pursuant to the tender offer agreement entered into by the two companies in December 2020, the Board of Directors has co-opted, at the request of ATEC, Messrs. Pat Miles, Eric Dasso and Tyson Marshall as Company directors. These directors replace Messrs. Mike Lobinsky, Antoine Vidal and Eric Beard. These co-optations will be submitted for ratification at the next shareholders' meeting on June 29, 2021. Patrick S. Miles has served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alphatec Holdings Inc. and Alphatec Spine Inc. since October 2017. Mr. Miles has over 20 years of experience in the orthopaedic industry and most recently served, from September 2016 to September 2017, as the Vice Chairman of NuVasive Inc. Mr. Miles served as a member of NuVasives Board of Directors from August 2016 until his resignation in September 2017. Eric Dasso has served as Executive Vice President, Adjunctive Technologies of Alphatec Spine Inc. since August 2019. Prior to joining Alphatec Spine, Mr. Dasso held various marketing leadership and global product management roles within NuVasive Inc. from 2001 to 2018. He most recently served as NuVasives Vice President, Global Implant Systems (February 2015 to June 2018). Tyson Marshall has served as Vice President, Associate General Counsel of Alphatec Spine Inc. since 2017. Prior to joining Alphatec Spine, Mr. Marshall served from 2016 to 2017 as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Mad Catz Interactive Inc., a global provider of innovative interactive entertainment products. From 2013 to 2016, Mr. Marshall served as Associate General Counsel of Mad Catz. Prior to moving into his in-house counsel roles, Mr. Marshall spent over ten years in private practice, including eight years with the international, full-service law firm Morrison & Foerster as a member of that firms Securities Litigation Enforcement and White Collar Defense group.