Greek privatisation agency HRADF has selected Greek gaming operator OPAP as the winner of the exclusive tender to organise and conduct betting on horse races in Greece.

The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) announced Friday that there were two remaining bidders for the tender - a consortium involving Greek gaming and lottery supplier INTRALOT, as well as OPAP Investment, a subsidiary of OPAP.

INTRALOT had won the previous tender for the twenty-year contract in March 2013, but its financial bid of €5.25m plus future revenue was ultimately rejected by HRADF.

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