Press Release


For the fourth consecutive year ??TRALOT and its CEO, Mr. Constantinos Antonopoulos received various significant awards among the listed companies in the Athens Stock Exchange during the regional Euromoney Conference in Greece on 1 & 2 November. The conference was attended by business, market, social and political personalities.

The awards are the outcome of a voting procedure between sell-side analysts, institutional investors and fund managers, as well as retail investors. The purpose of the competition is to promote and award the best of the Athens Stock Exchange listed companies for their contribution to the development of the stock exchange and the Greek economy in general.

Mr. Antonopoulos received the “Best Innovative Manager” and “Best Global Oriented Manager” awards, while INTRALOT received the “Best Company of 2006” award. In addition, INTRALOT received awards in the categories of “Business Innovation”, “Internationalisation” and “Investor Relations”.

Mr. Constantinos Antonopoulos, INTRALOT’s CEO stated: “We are honoured to receive these awards by the business community as they are a sound recognition of our efforts to consolidate a prominent international course within such a competitive environment. INTRALOT is engaged in delivering innovative solutions and through meticulous strategic planning to maximize the benefits in favor of its shareholders, clients and employees”.

INTRALOT, a public company listed on the ASE, is a leading supplier of integrated gaming and transaction processing systems, innovative game content and value added services to state-licensed gaming organizations worldwide. Its broad portfolio of products & services, its know-how of Lottery, Betting & Video Lottery operations, its experience in sports games and its leading-edge technology give INTRALOT a competitive advantage which contributes directly to customers’ efficiency, profitability and growth. INTRALOT’s footprint straddles five continents with 37 subsidiaries, 8 business offices, over 3,600 people and revenues of € 523 million for 2005 and €700(?) for 2006.