For the third consecutive year, INTRALOT will actively participate in Earth Hour 2011, a global endeavor of WWF to protect the climate. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, March 26 at 20:30hrs, constituting a practical and symbolic measure against climate change.

INTRALOT and its subsidiaries and affiliates in 50 countries on all 5 continents, will participate in Earth Hour 2011 by switching off the lights on their premises, both in offices and in production units, for one hour. In addition to corporate-level participation, INTRALOT will encourage its partners and clients and all its employees, including their families and friends, to do the same. 

INTRALOT is committed to operating its business in a responsible manner and in ways that do not jeopardize the environment or deplete the world’s limited natural resources. Within this framework it has established the social program “INTRALOT - We care a lot” that focuses on supporting initiatives for health and public welfare, the advancement of education, the conservation of cultural heritage and the sustainability of our planet.  In the lead up to Earth Hour 2011, INTRALOT plans to take a close look at the ways in which it can operate more efficiently, waste less and reduce its ecological impact through the entire range of its operations.



INTRALOT, a public listed company, is the leading supplier of integrated gaming and transaction processing systems, innovative game content, sports betting management and interactive gaming services to state-licensed gaming organizations worldwide. Its broad portfolio of products & services, its know-how of Lottery, Betting & Video Lottery operations and its leading-edge technology, give INTRALOT a competitive advantage which contributes directly to customers’ efficiency, profitability and growth. With presence in more than 50 countries, with approximately 5.000 people and revenues of €903.6 million for 2009, INTRALOT has established its presence on all 5 continents.

About Hearth Hour

Earth Hour is organized by WWF, whose mission is to stop the degradation of the Earth's natural environment and build a future where people live in harmony with nature. Last year’s Earth Hour became the biggest Earth Hour ever, with a record 128 countries and territories participating in the global display of climate action. Lights from Asia Pacific to Europe and Africa to the Americas were switched off. People across the world from all walks of life turned off their lights and came together in celebration and contemplation of the one thing we all have in common – our planet.