VANCOUVER, BC – August 13, 2020 – SilverCrest Metals Inc. (“SilverCrest” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce additional drill results for the Babi Vista Vein (“Babi Vista”) at its Las Chispas Property (the “Las Chispas” or the “Property”) located in Sonora, Mexico. The current drill program on Babi Vista is designed to expand and in-fill high-grade precious metal mineralization to be included in the updated resource for the ongoing feasibility study (see attached Figures). New results released today are for 48 holes (see table below) combined with 76 previously announced holes totalling 124 holes (see news releases dated February 25, 2019, November 14, 2019, March 9, 2020 and May 12, 2020). The results today for Babi Vista demonstrate high-grade continuity and a developing high-grade zone similar to the adjacent Babicanora Vein (Area 51 zone), and Babicanora Norte Vein (Area 200 zone). These high-grade veins are near surface with underground development underway and are being considered for mining early in the mine life. The Babi Vista Vein was discovered in February 2019 and was intersected underground for confirmation in mid-2019 while developing the Santa Rosa decline to intersect the Babicanora Vein, Area 51 zone. Hole BV20-60 establishes a new grade-thickness record for the Property, returning 1.7 metres (intercept width) grading 634.56 grams per tonne (“gpt”) gold (“Au”) and 26,003.6 gpt silver (“Ag”), or 73,595 gpt silver-equivalent (125,111 gram-metres, “AgEq” based on assumptions defined in the table below). The previous record was Hole LC19-118 at 10.8 metres grading 7,873 gpt silver equivalent (85,028 gram-metres).