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Monday, 30 April 2018 15:15
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Italian casino equipment manufacturer Abbiati will be showcasing its new “Tie” chips at G2E Asia this year, incorporating new levels of security into its innovative design. The chips include a number of added features such as multiple injections, see-thru inserts and intricate and innovative rim and edge inserts to prevent counterfeiting.

Like all Abbiati’s currency products, “Tie” also incorporates the company’s standard security technologies such as 13.56 MHz PJM RFID, 8-color UV pigments, 3-in-1 UV security feature, Laser Tracer technology, Optical Variable Ink and high security holograms.

A leading provider of casino chips, plaques and table game equipment worldwide, Abbiati will also be displaying its Baccarat Asian Style table specifically designed for the Asian market. Baccarat Asian Style represents Abbiati’s high Italian quality and design as well as the company’s renowned focus on high standards of technology.

Another popular game to be found at Abbiati’s booth will be the GLI-25 certified American roulette wheel, characterised by the upgraded Abbiati patented invisible laser technology (Class 1A). All Abbiati wheels can connect to and run winning number displays, online gaming terminals and management systems. They have an open protocol that enables them to become a perfect choice for many of the leading “live online” gaming operators.

Finally, the Abbiati Intelligent Shoe, which connects directly to the company’s Punto Banco Baccarat Display as well as its GLI-25 certified American roulette wheel, provides dealers with a safe and reliable dealing mechanism thanks once again to the use of Abbiati’s upgraded patented invisible laser technology (Class 1A).

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