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Number of locations
43 countries
Key people
Johann Graf, founder, owner and president
RevenueEUR5.0 billion (2018)
EUR359 million (2012)
154,400,000 euro[1] (2016) Edit this on Wikidata
3,668,200,000 euro[1] (2016) Edit this on Wikidata
Number of employees
23,849[1] (31 December 2016) Edit this on Wikidata
Talarius Edit this on Wikidata

Novomatic is an international gambling company, founded by the billionaire Johann Graf in 1980.[2]

For the year 2018, total revenue was Euro 5.0 billion[3]. The company has offices in 43 countries and also operate casinos, including in locations such as Berlin and Santiago, Chile.[2] The Novomatic Group consists of a three holding companies.[4]

In June 2016, Novomatic bought the UK gambling company Talarius from the Australian Tatts Group.[5]

Instant win and digital scratchcard provider, Gamevy, formed a partnership with Novomatic subsidiary, Novomatic Lottery Solutions (NLS), in November 2016. The tie-up presents NLS with an opportunity to focus on "the broader lottery demographic".[6][7][8]


  • The Novomatic subsidiary G. Matica had not installed the accounting system for the mandatory networking of machines with the Italian tax authorities and was sentenced in 2012 to a fine of 150 million euros. Novomatic considered the claim as "completely unjustified" and appealed against the first instance decision. In June 2014, Novomatic paid a settlement amount of EUR 47.5 million. [9]


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  2. ^ a b "Johann Graf". Forbes. Retrieved 2015.
  3. ^ ""Novomatic Factsheet 2019"" (PDF). Novomatic. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Novomatic". Novomatic. Retrieved 2016.
  5. ^ "Novomatic buys Talarius | News | Coin-op | InterGame". Retrieved 2016.
  6. ^ "Novomatic Lottery Solutions partners Gamevy for instant win games". Retrieved .
  7. ^ "Novomatic finalises Ainsworth investment". Retrieved .
  8. ^ "Kasinot". Tuesday, March 24, 2020
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  10. ^ Jaeger-Dabek, Brigitte (2009-10-07). "Polen : Regierungskrise durch Glückspielaffäre". Das Polen Magazin: News aus Polen, Urlaub in Polen (in German). Retrieved .
  11. ^ Kulish, Nicholas (2009-10-07). "Three Polish Officials Resign in Gambling Scandal". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved .
  12. ^ "Poland - The prosecutor's office is reopening the investigation into the gambling scandal". E-PLAY Online. 2018-01-02. Retrieved .
  13. ^ On general aspects of Corruption in Romania, see; furthermore "Korruptionsaffäre in Rumänien erreicht Novomatic -". 2015-10-04. Retrieved .
  14. ^ "Korruptionsaffäre in Rumänien erreicht Novomatic > Kleine Zeitung". 2015-10-04. Retrieved .
  15. ^ "Rumänien: Korruptionsaffäre erreicht die Novomatic". (in German). 2015-10-04. Retrieved .

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