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Gaming firm Intralot and the OPAP Group revealed that the two companies have signed an extension of their current lottery services agreement for the next three years.
OPAP, which serves as the Greek gambling monopoly, has worked closely with Intralot to develop and maintain their betting systems over the year. The agreement will see a new lottery platform being integrated along with any future upgrades in the systems being adoped.
Speaking about the deal OPAP CEO Damian Cope said, "Our technology strategy is progressing well as we continue to establish greater control and flexibility over our digital and technological environment. We are working closely with all our technology partners in order to deliver our 2020 Vision and transform the role of technology within the organisation for the benefit of the company and our customers."
Intralot CEO Antonios Kerastaris added: "We are very pleased about the continuation of our relationship with OPAP; this allows Intralot to provide to one of our most valued customers our latest innovations in lottery products and services."