INTRALOT SUPPORTS PROBLEM GAMBLING FUND
INTRALOT S.A., recognizing the socially sensitive issues related to the gaming sector and promoting the notion of responsible wagering, recently contributed –via its subsidiary INTRALOT USA- to the Montana Council on Problem Gambling (MCPG).
The Montana Council on Problem Gambling (MCPG) is a non profit agency, dedicated to alleviating gambling related social and personal distress through the provision of a toll-free 24 hour help line and referral service to their outpatient treatment program. This program has trained therapists in 22 Montana communities. The Council is dedicated to fund treatment groups across Montana and provide training for mental health professionals who lead these groups.
Given the opportunity of this sponsorship, INTRALOT’s CEO, Mr. Constantinos Antonopoulos said: “INTRALOT, as a distinguished member of the gaming industry and a responsible corporate citizen, supports the efforts of the Montana Council on Problem Gambling to help further the important education and outreach activities of the Council”.
Mr. Tom Little, INTRALOT USA President and CEO stated: “As the new operating system vendor for the Montana Lottery, INTRALOT supports the mission of MCPG to educate and increase availability of services for Montana problem gamblers and their families. When INTRALOT won the lottery contract, we vowed to build a long and beneficial partnership with all of Montana. This contribution demonstrates our good intention in this process and desire to give back to the communities in which our employees live.”
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 39 subsidiaries, 8 business offices, over 3,600 people and revenues of €700(?) for 2006.