- Q2 GGR down 53 percent
- Keno players hardest hit
- Tourism drought having effect
A miserable tourist season in Greece and fears of further social distancing are making betting and lottery giant OPAP wary of calling an end to the damage wrought by COVID-19.
Second quarter gross gaming revenues of €180m were down 53 percent on the €384m recorded a year ago and were "heavily burdened by the lockdown period" which ended on May 11, said CFO Pavel Mucha.
Speaking on an analyst call, Mucha expressed fears that the already-shaken Greek economy could see more setbacks throughout autumn and winter.
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