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Greece sells 33% of Opap

Greece has sold 33% of the state owned Opap to Emma Delta, an investment fund.

New Permit regulations drive Betfair out of Greece

Betfair bail out of Greece, citing financially unviable market.

Greece settles tax rate with EU

Greece agrees a standard 10 percent tax-rate for both online and land-based gaming with the EU.

Greece opens bidding on state lottery licence

Greece opens bidding on its 12-year-licence to operate its state lottery to raise cash.

Greece: Casino revenue falls

State revenue will be impacted by the decline for the third year in Greece's casino revenue.

Online gaming industry unhappy with Greek law

The European Gaming and Betting Association and the Remote Gambling Association filed a complaint with the European Commission regarding the recently adopted Greek online gambling law.

Online Betting Companies protest Greek law

Online gambling companies complain to the EU about Greece's gambling law which insists new operators are based in the country.

Greeks off gambling, Opap Q3 shows

Opap see profit fall 16 percent, amid Greece's austerity.

Greece accused of flouting EU state aid rules

A complaint has been made to the European Commission over Greece's gambling laws.

Greek gambling company extends monopoly

Greek gambling company OPAP has agreed to pay 935 million euros to the government to extend its monopoly until 2030.

PokerStars ready for EPT Greece event

The inaugural Greek event will be the fifth stop of the European Poker Tour Season 8 and will kick off Nov. 15.

Malta protests Greek gambling law

Brussels holds off approving Greek law as Malta registers objections to the EU.

Greece to scale back proposed gambling bill

Greece to revisit planned liberalizing of gambling laws, after politicians raise concern that full deregulation goes too far.

Greece: Finance ministry proposes new gambling framework

Greek government considering new framework for gambling.

The Netherlands, South Africa take different approaches to iGaming

This week, two countries have announced that are taking vastly different approaches to online gambling. While the Netherlands has decided to license and regulate online poker — and online poker only — South Africa's courts have banned online gambling completely.

Greek gaming machines stage comeback amid economic crisis

Greece to remove ban on gaming machines to raise revenue.

EU tells Greeks, Dutch to open betting market

International News Brief: European Union regulators have given Greece and the Netherlands two months to end restrictions that discriminate against betting companies from other EU nations.

EU targeting France, Greece, Sweden over sports gambling

International News Brief: The European Commission will censure France, Greece and Sweden this week for restrictions they have put on sports gambling, sources close to the matter said Monday.

Greece and William Hill get ready to rumble, as gambling arrests continue

International News Brief: Greece arrests nine people in conjunction with internet gambling operations run out of internet cafes in Arta.

Thieves Hit Greek Casino

International News Brief: A gang of thieves held up a security van transporting cash from the Mount Parnes Casino and made away with an estimated 1.6 million euros in one of the largest hauls taken in a robbery, according to authorities.

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