Greek gaming monopoly operator OPAP has reported a 5 per cent increase in total revenues to €1,371.6m for the second quarter of 2010, following a substantial increase in revenues from the company’s Stihima game as a result of the World Cup. The company’s bottom line however was severely impacted by a one-off tax charge of €93.8m levied by the Greek government which pushed net profit down 62 per cent during the period.


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