Reportedly, the already known fact that the E.U. is currently investigating Greece’s gaming practices (among those of other member countries), possibly creates some scepticism as regards OPAP’s already stated potential interest in acquiring a 49% stake in casino Mont Parnes (located in the Athens greater area) once this is set for privatisation.
EFG Eurobank analysts believe that there are overall various issues for OPAP to examine in terms of its expansion strategy.
However, they think that management’s focus right now is on the successful in-house running of Stihima game combined with the company’s overall IT infrastructure.
EFG Eurobank analysts believe the report is neutral.