Greek lottery and gaming supplier INTRALOT has reported a 36 per cent drop in net profit to €21.3m for the full 2013 year, despite total revenue passing the landmark €1.5bn barrier for the first time.

Consolidated revenue rose 12 per cent compared to the previous year to €1,539.4m, but would have been as high as €1,619.5m excluding the impact of negative currency exchange charges

INTRALOT CEO Constantinos Antonopoulos said it was an “important year” for the company, which saw it secure several new contracts in Europe, Asia and Australia, in addition to various contract renewals in the US, Europe and Asia.

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