MelcoLot confirms name change

Lottery service provider MelcoLot has confirmed it is changing its name Loto Interact, with effect on October 10, 2017.

The chinese name has also been changed, as well as the website of the company, which will be changed from melcolot.com to lotoie.com. The stock code of the company will remain the same.

In August, the company said its name change will provide the company with a more “appropriate corporate image,” and  “will better reflect the future business plans and development of the Group, [providing] the company with a more appropriate corporate image and identity.”

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