Abbiati Casino Equipment spotlighted its latest casino currency solutions at G2E Asia, including its new RFID technology, PJM Perfect Pay, developed in partnership with Walker Digital Table Systems, while the Italian firm also demonstrated its latest tables and roulette solutions.
Italy-based Abbiati Casino Equipment showcased its wide portfolio of casino solutions, including several new-to-market products, just launched within the last few months.
“Also this year G2E affirmed itself as an exciting show where supply and demand can easily meet each other. The experience and the professional organization provided by Reed Exhibitions reinforced the involvement of all the attendees and exhibitors increasing the success of the show. Macau confirmed to be a perfect place to host such a gaming expo: thanks to its vibrant atmosphere it is able to gather all the business operators in a unique event” said Giorgio Abbiati, the company’s CEO.
For this edition of G2E Abbiati decided to double its exhibition space, taking two stands at the show. “The intention was to reinforce our presence in this strategic show for the Asia market. We wanted to dedicate an area of our space for the presentation of our new RFID system, which can be integrated in our tables for the tracking of chips and plaques” Giorgio Abbiati added.
One stand was dedicated to demonstrating Abbiati’s new RFID technology, PJM Perfect Pay, which the company has developed in partnership with Walker Digital Table Systems.
The latest 13.56 MHz PJM 3.0 RFID technology allows operators to track all the chips and plaques currently in play. The new security technology can be integrated in all Abbiati chips and plaques and can be combined with further security features, such as holograms, 3-in-1 UV sensitive colours, Laser Tracer technology and Optical Variable Inks.
PJM Perfect Pay was integrated in Abbiati’s new Asian Style Baccarat table, which finished in Corian and composite materials and also incudes modern features such as USB chargers and Wi-Fi charging.
Chips and plaques represent a key product segment for Abbiati in the Asia Pacific region and the company presented its patented Tie chip line which can be customised according to clients’ needs. Alongside this, the firm also demonstrated its brand-new Value Tie chips range at the show. The patented casino currency line features a holoprismatic effect in the decal that offers further security.
Visitors were also impressed by Abbiati’s new Sic-Bo table, which made its G2E Asia debut. Boasting an elegant, high quality design and finished in eco-leather and composite materials, with PVD gold inserts, the table contains an an integrated lighting panel that displays the winning bet combinations.
Alongside this, the company displayed a new Black Jack table at the show. Finished in mahogany and featuring a lighting system on the base, the table was be demonstrated with the new game, Side-Bonus Baccarat, by Stephen Au-Yeung and the new Mini Punto Banco Winning Number game by the Italian game inventor Diodato. Both inventors were on hand at he show to talk about their games, for which Abbiati is the exclusive worldwide distributor.
Rounding off Abbiati’s presentation in Macau was the company’s new KWheel, which features a ball track profile that offers a higher level of performance and increases security.
When installed on an American Roulette table, the K-Wheel forms part of an innovative lighting system, alongside Winning Number Displays and table base lighting.
A second brand new roulette wheel, Roulette-18, was also displayed. Featuring 18 double numbers and designed by Stephen Au-Yeung, the wheel is completed by a refined maple wood finish.
All Abbiati tables and wheels are topped off by a wide range of high-quality multimedia displays offering bespoke graphics and customised cabinets, with a range of designs and finishes. These displays connect directly to Abbiati’s wheels and tables facilitating real time control of all aspects of the game and generating performance data which can be utilised by a casino’s management team.