Abbiati Casino Equipment confirms it will be providing an in-depth look at its security casino currency products when it exhibits at BEGE next week.
[dropcap]A[/dropcap]bbiati Casino Equipment together with its partner-distributor for the Bulgarian market, Alfastreet Trade BG, will be welcoming customers at the forthcoming BEGE show (Sofia 23 – 24 November).
Abbiati will focus on its line of security casino currency products, including chips, plaques and jetons, which, state the company, incorporate a number of new security features, developed to prevent casino currency counterfeiting.
The range includes an extensive collection of new patterns, designs and materials for the plaques as well as the new line of patented “Tie” chips featuring multiple injections, see-thru inserts and a combination of intricate rim and edge inserts.
All new products are available with security features 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.
Abbiati’s latest product is the ‘Il Gettone’ a chip that blends portability, durability and versatility.
The combination of raw materials, the use of up to date technologies and over 30 years’ experience in manufacturing security casino currency, has allowed Abbiati to introduce a high security product in the battle against counterfeiting.
The company’s American Roulette table will feature the Lucky Ball side bet, which is played on a standard table with either a single or double zero roulette wheel.
The Black Jack table will accommodate Lucky Tie, a house funded jackpot game where players have the chance of winning all or a proportion of a progressive jackpot prize when placing a normal tie bet.
The Jackpot triggers when an 88 – 88 tie occurs. All players who placed a tie bet for that round share the Jackpot prize in proportion to the total amount of units bet.
The incentive of a jackpot prize increases the amount of tie bets placed and therefore increases the game hold percentage.