OPAP stores to reopen across Greece iGaming Business · May 13, 2020 at 5:39 pm Greek gambling operator OPAP is to reopen its network of retail stores across the country after the national government lifted certain restrictive measures related to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19). OPAP’s 3,750 stores will begin to reopen from today (11 May), while street vendors will also be able to restart the sale of Hellenic Lotteries products. All OPAP stores and Play-branded gaming halls in Greece, plus its Cyprus-based stores, have been closed since 14 March. In line with government restrictions that remain in place, OPAP will implement a range of measures across its Greek retail network to protect staff and customers. All in-venue seating areas will be temporarily sealed off, while people inside stores must keep a distance of at least 1.5m between one another. Employees and customers are also advised to wears protective masks.