Unique Racing Experience Available on www.gm.com/lemans

Quokka Sports, Inc. (Nasdaq: QKKA), a leading provider of sports entertainment for the digital world(TM), today announced it is working with General Motors, (NYSE: GM) to deliver live coverage of Le Mans 2000 at www.gm.com/lemans. The day-long Le Mans is one of the biggest motor races in the world, and Quokka Sports’ work with GM creates an online experience centered on the race that immerses virtual visitors into the “GM Experience” and gives them an intimate connection with the GM brands. Quokka Sports, which has pioneered new techniques to deliver immersive sporting experiences to online viewers, has worked with GM on past “brand immersion” projects, as well as with other companies, including Compaq, Computer Associates and Intel.

Live racing coverage of Le Mans will begin on June 17, 2000 on www.gm.com/lemans, providing viewers with 24 hours race of updates, stories and information. Racing enthusiasts can even watch the race during the eight hours of darkness at night through night vision technology featured on the site. Viewers can also “virtually climb” into GM racecars, like the Cadillac LMP and the Corvette C5-R and experience the circuit via on-board video and telemetry. In addition, visitors can immerse themselves in the history of Le Mans, and follow the progression of cars, circuits and teams throughout the years. Today fans can access www.gm.com/lemans to find driver and team profiles, audio interviews with the drivers and photo galleries of the race circuit, cars and teams.

“We are thrilled to be able to work with GM and the fans of Le Mans 2000,” said Alan Ramadan, CEO and founder of Quokka Sports. “We have extensive experience in providing Internet coverage of motor sports, with www.cart.com and www.motograndprix.com, and this work we are doing with GM exemplifies the range of sponsorship opportunities that Quokka Sports can provide to its partners.”

“LeMans is one of the world’s premiere motor sports events, and we wanted to make sure that we delivered the most cutting-edge coverage of the race,” said Mark Hogan, president of e-GM, GM’s e-business division. “We are happy to be providing a truly immersive experience to fans of Le Mans worldwide.”

About e-GM

e-GM, a new business group launched by General Motors in August 1999, seeks to integrate e-commerce efforts throughout GM’s traditional business divisions and employ new technologies that will enhance the customer experience, while improving efficiency. e-GM leverages GM’s core competencies in information technology, including OnStar® and GM BuyPower(TM), to create a new class of applications for vehicle, office and home.

About Quokka Sports

Quokka Sports, a leading provider of sports entertainment for the digital world, creates complete interactive sports experiences that fulfill the passions of sports enthusiasts worldwide. Quokka Sports leverages digital technology to offer rich, immersive presentations that include live event coverage, news and information, audio and text dispatches from athletes, games, community forums, and premium shopping. The Quokka Sports Network (Quokka.com) is comprised of several sport verticals that feature some of the world’s premier sporting properties. These include Sailing (americascup.org, btchallenge.com), Motor Racing (cart.com, motograndprix.com), Action Sports (mountainzone.com coverage of skiing, climbing, hiking, snowboarding, adventure racing and mountain biking), and current coverage of 35 Olympic sports through NBCOlympics.com. Quokka Sports develops its content for a broad range of digital platforms from narrowband and broadband internet to wireless and converged devices. Quokka Sports’ innovative sports entertainment productions are enabled by Quokka Performance Team members Compaq Computer Corporation, Computer Associates International, Inc. and Intel Corporation. Quokka Sports has offices in San Francisco, London, New York, Seattle, Detroit, Chicago, Washington D.C. and San Diego.