Greek gambling company Intralot unveiled its financial results for 2017. Greek gaming company said EBITDA was at €171.5m (€210m) for the 12-month period, with that figure up more than 14% at a constant exchange rate. Group revenue increased by around 11% to just over €1.1bn.
The company’s systems handled €24.0bn of wagers worldwide during the year, an increase of 2 per cent year-on-year, with growth of 20 per cent in South America, 12 per cent in Africa and 7 per cent in Asia. Western Europe saw wagering increase by 4 per cent, offsetting a 10 per cent decline in Eastern Europe and a 1 per cent drop in North American wagers.
During the year Intralot renewed contracts with five US state lotteries and signed a new technology contract with Camelot for Illinois State Lottery.Follow us on