OPAP


Good Q3: Lottery surprises and VLT roll-out resumes

29/11/19 -"OPAP reported good Q3 19 numbers, beating estimates on both the topline and bottomline. Revenue came in at €393.6m (+6.7%) with EBITDA at €101.6m (+16.5%). The VLT segment (+43.2%) was back on the ..."

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29/11/19
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