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Olympic Casino Latvia helps families of Zolitude tragedy victims

Posted on 28. November 2013

Olympic Casino Latvia helps families of Zolitude tragedy victims

Olympic Casino Latvia has transferred 10’000 lats for families of Zolitude tragedy victims. Riga municipality Department of Wellfare is planning to use these funds to arrange psychological support for family members of tragedy victims, thus allowing them to use help of psychologists.

 

 

About Olympic Casino Latvia
Olympic Casino Latvia (OCL) is a subsidiary of Olympic Entertainment Group and the second largest casino operator in Latvia.
Olympic Casino Latvia entered the Latvian market in 2002 and today OCL owns 38 casinos in Riga and the largest Latvian cities – Ventspils, Liepāja, Saldus, Jelgava, Jūrmala, Sigulda, Cēsis, Valmiera and Daugavpils. In July 2013, OCL purchased SIA Altea casino operator, adding 17 casinos to the OCL network.

As on 30 September 2013, OCL had 1001 slot machines and 18 gambling tables. As at the end of September this year, OCL employed 662 staff. OCL turnover for the first nine months of 2013 rose to LVL 19.3 million which is 11.8 % more than during the same time period last year. Last year OCL market share by net turnover was 21 %. Olympic Casino Latvia is a socially responsible company put on the so-called White List by the State Revenue Service.

About Olympic Entertainment Group
Olympic Entertainment Group (OEG) is the leading provider of gaming services in Central Europe working in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Slovakia, Belarus and Italy and employing more than 2,500 staff. OEG is a member of the European Casino Association. Their shares are quoted on the Tallinn Stock Exchange and the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

All OEG casino operators are socially responsible companies, warning their clients of the possible gambling risks.