i3 Interactive has previously stated that it would rebrand as International Game Technologies, but will instead adopt the Interactive Games Technologies name from the start of trading on 4 March on the Canadian Securities Exchange.
The provider said shareholders will not be required to take any action as a result of the name change, while outstanding share and warrant certificates will not be impacted.
Confirmation of the rebrand comes after the provider in December announced that it had completed the acquisition of a controlling interest in an unnamed Indian entity that owns and operates an online poker brand in the country.
First announced in August last year, the agreement was completed by a trio of entities, involving a private British Columbia corporation (B.C. Corp.) and a subsidiary of the Canadian business (Subco) alongside i3.
Headed by i3 Interactive chief executive Chris Neville, B.C. Corp. and Subco are now operating as a combined corporate business, with the operation running as a subsidiary of i3 Interactive as i3 India Holdings Corp.