Anipang preemptive Shinhwa Sunday Toz… Change of company name after 14 years
Hodae Lees representative blockchain game prepares for a new heyday © News 1
Reporter Kim Geun-wook = SundayToz, who wrote the success story of Anipang, the national game, is changing its name 14 years after its launch.
On the 16th, SundayToz announced that it would change its name to Wemade Play. It is the will to strengthen the blockchain business that Wemade, which has become the largest shareholder of SundayToz, is leading in the global market.
The company explained the background to the change of name to implement blockchain and various game development and businesses as popular services, saying that it will collaborate with the WeMade Group and its affiliates in the blockchain-based P&E game field through the common denominator of WeMade.
In December of last year, Wemade acquired SundayToz for 136.7 billion won. Then, in February, SundayToz appointed WeMade Connect CEO Hodae Lee as new CEOs, and WeMade CEO Jang Hyeon-guk and Wemade Strategic Planning Office Director Kim Tae-yong were also appointed as new directors.
The three WeMade members suddenly joined the SundayToz board of directors, and the full-fledged company name is changed to WeMade Play, and it is interpreted as a plan to speed up the SundayToz Wemade.
SundayToz announced that its subsidiary ΔPlayLinx ΔPlayMatchical ΔPlayToz is also preparing a new CI.
Hodae Lee, CEO of Sunday Toz, said that Wemade Play is a mission that embodies the goals and commitments of Sunday Toz and its members, which will continue to challenge and unfold in the future.
SundayToz plans to confirm the new name and CI at the regular general shareholders meeting on March 31st.