Greece’s OPAP has reported an 11 per cent increase in revenue to €965.5m for the first quarter of 2014 following actions taken by the company to revitalise its Stihima game, as well as the return to growth of Kino after 18 consecutive quarters of decline.

Despite the ongoing domestic recession in Greece, OPAP’s results were ahead of expectations as both its Stihima and Kino games returned to growth following a decline in 2013.

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