he value of this order represents GPI's largest single order for a new casino opening. The chips and plaques being created for the Galaxy Macau are from the company's prestigious Bourgogne et Grasset (B&G) line of casino currency products. They will include a variety of styles, shapes and color combinations, as well as a number of security features, including RFID. GPI will be supplying a number of chip sets which will be customized to meet the casino's aesthetic, operational and security requirements.
The RFID technology offered with all GPI's lines of casino currency allows casinos to verify the authenticity and value of each chip instantly, reducing the possibility of counterfeiting, staff pilferage or miscounts. With specialized readers and software, this technology enables casinos to track individual chips throughout the gaming floor as well as follow payments, fills and credits, tips, and wins and losses per table at any time of the day.
Owned and operated by the Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG), Galaxy Macau is located in Cotai. The Galaxy Entertainment Group operates five other casino properties in Macau, including the five-star property, StarWorld Hotel and Casino, located on the Macau Peninsula. GPI has supplied all GEG properties with casino currency and RFID products.
"We are privileged to work with the Galaxy Entertainment Group again to supply their flagship property, the Galaxy Macau, with their chips and plaques," said Greg Gronau, President and CEO of GPI. "This property is sure to be a landmark in Cotai and our team worked very closely with the Galaxy Macau team to capitalize on the best possible aesthetic and security options available to fulfill their unique operational requirements."
GPI's casino currency products include high-quality chips, plaques and jetons, all available with a variety of security features and customization options. GPI's products are manufactured worldwide in its high security, high-capacity production facilities. The company's products have been used in casinos all over the world since 1925.