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| OPAP | Geographical_indications_and_traditional_specialities_in_the_European_Union | Basket_League_OPAP | Dimitris_Melissanidis | Panthrakikos_F.C. | Greek_Football_Cup | Perivolia_Municipal_Stadium | Arsen_Marjan | Football_League_(Greece) | Agiorgitiko | Aris_F.C._(Thessaloniki) | A.E.K._Athens_F.C. | Sakis_Rouvas | Panellinios_B.C. | Komotini_Municipal_Stadium | Intralot | Quality_Wines_Produced_in_Specified_Regions | Hellenic_Basketball_Clubs_Association | List_of_companies_listed_on_the_Athens_Stock_Exchange | Cris_Villonco | Angelos_Mavropoulos | Capital_Group_Companies | Greek_wine | Stelios_Delibasis | Lotteries_by_country | Ionikos_F.C. | Prabhakar_Misra | Basketball_in_Greece | Santorini | Economy_of_Greece | Rosters_of_the_top_basketball_teams_in_European_club_competitions | Government-owned_corporation | Olympiacos_B.C. |
|Traded as||Athex: OPAP|
|Key people||Kamil Ziegler
(Chairman and CEO)
|Products||Lotteries, sports betting|
|Revenue||€5.140 billion (2010)|
|Operating income||€871.6 million (2010)|
|Profit||€575.8 million (2010)|
|Total assets||€1.221 billion (end 2010)|
|Total equity||€696.6 million (end 2010)|
|Owner(s)||Emma Delta Hellenic Holding Limited|
|Employees||1,000 (end 2010)|
OPAP – Greek Organisation of Football Prognostics S.A. (Greek: ΟΠΑΠ – Οργανισμός Προγνωστικών Αγώνων Ποδοσφαίρου Α.Ε.) is a public company based in Athens, Greece that exclusively operates and manages numerical lottery and sports betting games in Greece.
OPAP is Europe's biggest betting firm.
OPAP runs the following games:
OPAP has five subsidiaries: OPAP Cyprus Ltd, that operates lottery agencies in Cyprus; OPAP SPORTS Ltd (f/k/a OPAP Glory and Glory Sports Betting) that operates sports betting agencies in Cyprus; OPAP International Ltd, OPAP Investment Ltd and OPAP Services S.A.
OPAP is the major sponsor of the Hellenic Football Federation for 2010 up to 2012 and will give 11.000.000 euro to the HFF plus 500.000 euro to the Greek national football team after its qualification to the 2010 world cup.
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In November 2008, the government of Greece shut down the Greek operations of Liverpool-based Stanleybet International, an European gambling company. Stanleybet had recently opened two offices in Greece and was to be a major competitor to OPAP. The government acted on OPAP's public complaints and raided Stanleybet offices on November 7, 2008, confiscating their assets.
One of the complaints expressed by protests during the 2008 Greek riots was the government's fast action in acting on behalf of OPAP to remove competition, whereas for issues affecting public safety or the rights of the people the government has been popularly thought to be slow-acting.