Athens-listed betting and gaming giant Intralot is considering listing its shares on another international stock exchange following the loss of its exclusive contract with Opap and the struggling economy in Greece.

Intralot chairman Sokratis Kokkalis said that while the company's historical partnership with the country's gaming monopoly operator had created "great value" for Opap and the government, Intralot was “often treated with scepticism” in Greece despite developing into one of the leading suppliers and operators in the industry in the past 15 years.

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